Travel

Travel with two toddlers, one cancer patient, four tired adults, 7 pieces of carry-on hand luggage and 14 pieces of checked baggage was a little daunting to think about.
We had a tearful, beautiful, sendoff, so much good help at the airport and then a smoother trip than I could have wished for. The kids slept so well, were fantastic while awake, and after nearly 40 hours of travel, we made it to our new home, Coleman’s parents’ house in beautiful Huntingdon Valley, PA. (Right next door to Bryn Athyn)
Thank you for all of your prayers, love and support!

Friendship

I’m at the hospital this morning, waiting for another test, and I’m reviewing the literally hundreds of responses we have received to our news in the last 24 hours. It’s overwhelming, in the best way. It is so good to have the support and love of so many people around the world, to see and feel our village rally around us.
As we face moving again, and going to a new (for me) place, I am encouraged by these reflections on friendship from my nearest and dearest friend: Continue reading “Friendship”