I have heard thy prayer, I have seen thy tears, behold I will heal thee.
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Monday, May 10, 2010

Breakfast in Bed!

We had a loooooong day yesterday. We traveled home from Pittsburgh yesterday afternoon. Our flight left at 2:25pm to Baltimore then at 4:50pm we left Baltimore and headed out on our 4+ hour flight to Phoenix. By the time we landed, unloaded the plane (we were sitting in the VERY back row), left the airport to shuttle to where we parked the car, and finally got to our car it was close to 8:30pm. (Keep in mind we lost 3 hours as well) We loaded up our luggage and headed over to pick Bella up from my Brother-in-laws house. We finally got back to our apartment around 10pm. We both just crashed immediately. Getting in your own bed after a trip feels soooooo nice! I slept like a rock~

Bryan got up this morning and brought me breakfast in bed. Pancakes with homemade chokecherry jelly and scrambled eggs. . .Mmmmmm. He's a keeper! I am sure glad I worked hard to get my entire apartment clean before I left, because it feels good to come home to. I don't have much I have to do today, so I think I might go enjoy the beautiful sunshine outside. Bryan however, is going to have to make up the days he missed school by pulling a double class. He'll be at school all day and all night :( He makes a lot of sacrifices to take care of me.

*I will post some pictures of our trip in the next couple of days. We didn't take very many because the memory card apparently was full :) I guess I should have checked that before we left!

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