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Our vacation is over and it feels good to be home!

Last night being home, the grandkids gone and sleeping in my own bed felt like I was finally on vacation.

Everyone was ready to leave - we made one stop at Tom's friend from high school (Russ) to say goodbye and have one last look at the beautiful view.

We came home to news that Tom's father would be going into Hospice on Tuesday. They didn't want to ruin our vacation so they waited to tell us. We knew it was a matter of time before decisions would be made; but you're never really prepared for it. So I anticipate this month being a month of ups and downs filled with mixed emotions... a new chapter in our life.

Some days there won't be a song in your heart. Sing anyway.
-- Emory Austin

Have a super Saturday!


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