I can't even IMAGINE weather like that. WOW!Good luck at the DR.
WOW that is a LOT of snow!! Glad you made it home safely. Praying that Tanner is alright.
Sorry other two commenters, while in a way that is quite a bit of snow, it none the less isn't THAT much .... then again, I'm from mid-west Michigan :-]I am very thankful thought that you and Spike had a safe trip home, Jenny!!! The extra time alone in the car, just the two of you, a BONUS!! ;->What was the Dr.'s take on Tanner now?Have you let the poor boy out of your sight yet? ;-pAh hhh the turmoils of motherhood, when life attacks our precious young ones ... May God grant you the wisdom and endurance to get through this one.
Glad to hear that things worked out for you. I hope that your little one is much better. It is scary when they get so sick.I hope you had some time to enjoy with your hubby.Ruth
Found your blog tonight when I googled for an apron pattern. I've really enjoyed reading through and getting to know you and your boys. You have a beautiful family and it is wonderful to find a Christ centered family!!! Much happiness to you all. I've added myself to follow your blog. Hope you don't mind and hope you stop by my blog sometime. Sharon
So glad y'all made it back safely. I don't mind the snow so long as I'm home. Hope Tanner is feeling better already.Elise
We have even had snow here in S. GA. It had warmed up a bit, but today we have temps w/ wind chill in the 20's early this am. Glad everyone is home safe. Jackie
What a crazy change from one weekend to the next! When we went it was 70 degrees! I thought Spring had already sprung... I guess I was WRONG! I love exciting moments like that, too bad the snow didn't make it home!
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