to have Melanie home.
C’mon. You knew I was going to go there after all the whining I’ve done about her being gone.
It’s nice to have food in the house, to have the kids not be shuffled around all the time. I’m quite certain the dog is much happier not having to wait 14 hours for me to get home to let her out.
But the nicest thing is that I have my “True Companion” (Marc Cohn refernce…anyone..anyone?) back. I get to feel her toes in bed and not nothingness anymore.
I get to hear all the good that she helped do in Romania. I get to stop and think about how amazing our God is and how good we have it here.
I’m thankful that He is God and Savior of all who come to Him.
…and yeah…I’m thankful that He brought her safely home despite amazing weather in Newark the moment she was landing.
We now return you to “Life” already in progress. 🙂