To Read on the Journey

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

15 days and 9.5 hrs... but who's counting?


Michael has been gone (this was our big news, there is a lot to share).
He has been in Ecuador.
Serving missionary friends.
He will be home around midnight tonight.  It's our 14th anniversary.
The kids will be in dreamland when he arrives, but he will know they are excited to have him where he belongs.
Home.

16 comments:

togetherforgood said...

I know how much you've missed him-- I'm glad he's on his way. :)

denise said...

I'm so glad you'll be seeing him soon. And I can't wait to hear more about his trip and all your news.

Anonymous said...

i can only imagine the excitement, the sign is so cute, written with lots of love. welcome home michael. love you, grammi/mom

ashleigh said...

Thanks for stopping at my blog! Im so happy you did... I cant wait to read about your journey. And Im happy your hubby will be home! :)

Holly said...

I'm so very happy for you to have your husband home and for your kids to have their father home. Happy Anniversary! :)

Lynn said...

What a great way to welcome him home! Hope he loved it as much as I did. Can't wait to hear more details!

Alexis said...

Enjoy the homecoming and Happy 14!

Tasha said...

I would be excited too. Love that picture :) Cannot wait to hear more about your news and his experience there.

Jeff said...

I love your family!

Unfinished said...

What a great welcome home greeting. Happy anniversary! I remember that day so well. Has it really been 14 years. You can borrow the truck this weekend for a drive down memory lane.

Love, Mom & Dad

Lelan @ Good Gravy! said...

Oh, what a wonderful photo!! Glad that you'll be together again. :)

Simply Sara said...

best.picture.ever!

so happy that he's home.
can't wait to hear all about his trip :)

happy anniversary to you both! may you be blessed with many, many more wonderful years together!

mama holly said...

LOVE IT!

Michelle said...

What a great anniversary gift!

deb said...

This is fabulous.
Congrats and a I can't even imagine.

my husband travel a lot with work , and soccer with various kids too.

I always get thrilled when he comes home.

I like our family whole.

Presley family said...

Thank you for stopping by my blog. My husband served a mission in Ecuador... HE LOVED it and HE LOVED the people!!!! I am sure that you missed seeing him. Can't wait to hear all about it!
BIG HUGS!!