Wednesday, August 6, 2008

He's home!

Connor came home tonight looking tired and jet-lagged and hungry and showed us souvenirs and gave us hugs and pet the cats and had a bite to eat and admired our new tv that replaced our Grand Canyon trip (a blog in the making) and then said he was tired and was going to bed.

But the whole point of this short little post is found in the first three beautiful words of the run-on sentence above. My Europe-traveling son is home. Now maybe I can get some sleep and stop worrying. Life is good.

Good night all.

12 comments:

Tammy said...

Welcome Home Connor!!!!

Jan said...

Conner is in the house. yeah.

Glad he is home. Can't wait for when he awakens to tell you all about his trip. How fun for him. I would have been beat too. He played hard.

Have fun and can't wait for the posts. I am going through Bryce in November. Got any tips on where to travel. Arches? Zion? Sedona?

Have a great day with your son.

Jennifer H said...

Yea

COMcewens said...

Glad he is home SAFE and sound!! Bet you cant wait to hear more!!

Did you buy a TV instead of going to the grand canyon???????????

Carrie said...

Jodi,

I love your blog. It reminds me just how fun you are. Thanks for checking in with my little effort in the blogoshpere. I look forward to keeping in touch.

Frumpy Luv said...

so so so so so happy for you that you can be at peace with all world travelers accounted for - can't wait to hear more about the TV.

Mother Goose said...

so glad your family is all together again.

linda said...

Welcome home Conner...I hope you gave your worried momma a big hug and kiss when you got home!

I can't wait to hear all about his trip. If it was anything like his skydiving experience, we're in for a treat!

kitchenditcher said...

Isn't it blissful when you can say "All is Well". Ahhh......

Scrappy Girl said...

Glad he is home safe.

The Despain Gang said...

What a great opportunity for him to go to Europe. Sounds like a once-in-a-life-time experience--another one in your family. Awesome. Glad to hear he made it him safe.
-Melissa

Mechelle said...

Sleep! This is what I need when I get home. m