October 22, 2005


Hey there. Just peeking in to say that we are alive and well... and no-longer in Texas. I pulled my leg out a little tonight at the hotel we are staying in while cleaning out a cat litter box. YUCK. We met two wonderful Christian people in the last 24 hours that have been such a blessing to us. One was a waitor, and the other a minister who met us over breakfast at our hotel and prophesied blessings over our move and life. He prayed for my mother also, who hurt her hand walking her dogs. She had a change in her hand today - it is looking a little worse... sounds like the healing has begun!

Well, we have a day of apartment hunting to tackle tomorrow... and the kids deserve the books and toys we got them tonight after two solid days in the car without incident. What troopers! Nice lesson for our Military Unit - since the Army's unoficial motto is "Hurry up and wait".

God bless and good night from the homeschool gypsy gang.... hopefully we'll get hooked up soon in an apartment and order internet for my real computer. I'm not the lap-top type.


Patti Doughty said...

Heather, thanks for filling me in. So, what state now claims you? Hope you're getting closer to Georgia - you know, we're a Peach of a State.

I read your comment on Jan's Post and again on yours this morning about the prophesy over your family - what a tremendous gift from God.

Glad you're there safely.


MonicaR said...

I agree with Patti and believe that you will be helped by these types of little blessings all along the way.

Thanks for checking in and letting us know how you are. Are you anywhere close to the City of Brotherly Love?


Sprittibee said...

I guess you could say I'm in the heartland of America... ??? I hate getting specific on the internet, so you'll have to forgive me. I'm within a few hours from many borders, so we are excited to know that we will be able to take a whole lot of field trips to different states and interesting places we've not seen before. I'm not on the coastline, though... so I'm pretty far from beaches. That's not so bad since Galveston was pretty nasty, and we never went to Corpus because it was so far South. Who knows? We may end up driving to the Pacific or Atlantic Coast one of these days.

I have been to Georgia only once, Patti. And I have family up there in Philly, Monicar. :) In fact, I had two twin nephews born there yesterday!

sara said...

i'm glad to know all is well with y'all! take care!

MonicaR said...

Oh! Congratulations to the proud parents - and Aunt!

If you're ever up Philly way - let me know and we can meet somewhere if you'd like.

I'm sure that you will enjoy your new surroundings once you get settled in.

Sprittibee said...

Thanks Monicar. :) If I do travel to Philly, I'll shoot you a comment and we can "polish our guns" together. Ha! I couldn't believe all the comments you had on the gun thing the other day. You tend to draw the liberals, eh?



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