Saturday, January 16, 2010

Home Again


This is a picture of my sisters Cathy, Robyn, Stacey, me and then my Momma.


Well, we're home safe and sound. The bus ride home, including layovers, turned out to be about 41 hours long. The kids were excellent which made the trip so much nicer!
It's nice to be home, but I wasnt' ready to leave my family.
It was so nice to see my family again!


During our bus travels we met a variety of "different" types of people, but all in all most people were pleasant. We did meet a very nice young man, named Cody, who helped us with our luggage from Kansas City, MO all the way to Buffalo, NY. He was so sweet! He'd watch our luggage while I took the kids to the bathroom and he would run ahead and get us a spot in line for our next bus and then rush back to help me with our luggage and gather up the kids. I wouldn't have made it without his help. I think God sent him to be my angel!! So anyway, we were suppose to get home at 1:00 yesterday afternoon and it ended up being 8:30 p.m.


This is Mallory, my Dad and me.

3 comments:

COUNTRY PICKINS said...

It is nice to have you back. I missed your posts. You must have had a wonderful vacation and what a great guy that Cody was helping you with the kids. Now that is an angel. Your pics of the family are lovely. Blessings, Linda

Valerie said...

Welcome Home Sherry! You have been missed!

Kissed by an Angel said...

Welcome home!! Glad you had a great time!!
xxxx

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