I'm home.

After 12 hours, including an hour break in Saskatoon, the normally 7 hour trip is done.

I have had enough adrenalin shooting through my pipes to restart my heart at least nine times.

For the first 6 or 7 hours it was amazingly bad. Snow covered hi ways, snow covered sky, and snow covered cars and trucks in front of me.

A couple of times I thought I should really write down alot of information that people might need if I were not to make it to my 44th year. Things like my password collection, and where I hide the batteries.

Anyway, I'm home. Thankfully.
Tomorrow we're back at it.

oh, and thanks for your prayers and checkin up on me. And for your msg of concern H.P.
I love ya too.

(A pic from my phone. When it cleared a moment and I could snap it.)

2 comments:

  1. "where I hide the batteries." !?!?!?!?!?!?!?!


    im speechless

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  2. I'm so glad to read this. I have been praying. That storm looked terrible out my window and even worse on the news! God is good to get you home safely! - Now I can go to bed and get some sleep.

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