9 hours of travel +2 days with family +3.5 hour drive - (no pit stops) = home Tuesday night
Whew! After running a gagillion errands on Wednesday we jumped back in to "real" life today by sending Zak to school and taking the rest of the crew including my niece who is with us until Saturday to Ladies Bible Study. It felt great!
... And now if I can just unpack the 400 lbs of misc we brought back with us (yes I had to weigh everything so I didn't get charged extra and I'm not exaggerating), organize my house that got re-arraigned by the people who carpeted while we were gone, dust and vacuum months worth of neglect and catch up on months of homeschooling and not die of exhaustion I'll be good!
Last night I was so tired I went to bed at 9 and when Eliot woke me up at 9:30 needing lotion bleary eyed little me rummaged through our toiletries and slathered him with self tanner. Since he wore long sleeves today I didn't figure it out until late this morning when I was trying to comprehend why my hands were so orange ... oh well.
Phillip will be visiting us this weekend but will have to go back to Philadelphia on Monday to continue work. We don't know how long he will be doing this so please pray with us that he can move back home ASAP.
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