Kendal, I am SO enjoying your writing...you truly have a gift from God. I, too, have a teenage son so I could definitely relate to Friday's post. Thanks for sharing your gift!
PS~ Glad Chris is home safe and sound!! :-)
Yay, you husband is home -- that is definitely something to be thankful for!
I knew after I read the first few lines that you were going to say your husband was home. . .love how you take us with you right where you are, in your moment.
Yay! He's home! Love "smelling of another world." Have a great week, Kendal!
Nice to visit a blogpost full of joy!
So happy your husband is safely home! Nana cooked meals are the absolute best! :)
Yay! I am constantly in awe of how you create such a complete picture, mood in so few words!
I love the images you create with your words. It always feels like I am there. I enjoy reading your work, and I'm glad your husband is home safely.
Know what it's like to have a husband back after having him gone so far off.... Big sigh of relief. Congrats. Love Guatemala... Been there a few times.Going to meander through your blog to learn more.Tee
I can just feel the joy in your writing with your husband's return. Happy for you. enjoyed visiting your blog from Hear it on Sunday blog hop.
Hope your reunion is special as you share each other stories of the time you were apart.Fondly,Glenda
Amen.For husbands.For husbands returning home.For husbands returning home with gifts!
Praising Our Lord...He has made it safe and sound.And the smells of Latin food, and all its wonders... :)Maria
Glad he made it back to you. What a profoundly blessed woman you are to be a helper to a kingdom builder!
yeah..so happy he is home and nana's home cooking...sigh We have a nana and her cooking is always requested when we've been gone for a bitxo
Kendal,Grateful to hear your husband is home! Hope you are having a great week!!Blessings~Cindy :)
Love how you allow us into the moment with such imagery...thanking GOD for safe journeys home...
oh! i'm so happy for you! great news!