Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Headin' Out

It'll be a long day today as grandson, Kelly, and I make our way back to Arizona. He's headed home with me to lend hands to our many move-related projects, but mostly to just hang out. I like that!

On the other side (or should I say "on the scorchin' side"?) of this trek, I'll pick up where I leave off here, and now.

Until then, adieu ... (Why don't we use that word more often? It's synonymous with farewell, but it actually means, literally, to God).

15 comments:

Diana said...

Have a safe and blessed trip!

Loren said...

OH Kathleen ~ You teach me most every day! :) If not to stop and look within you share a new word and well, this one is the sweetest one!! Thank you so much! Praying Traveling Mercies

adieu My dear friend adieu

Nel said...

Be safe and enjoy your grandson!
until next time... nel

Seeking Grace on the Narrow Path said...

What a precious little baby!!! Enjoy my friend.
Blessings,
Bren

Saleslady371 said...

Kathleen:

I love road trips! I'm praying for yours with Kelly.

Adieu,
Mary

Debbie said...

Knowing you Kathleen ...Kelly will have fun with Grandma. Enjoy this time alone with him. As they grow up they'd rather be with their friends. :)

Love you,
Debbie

Beth E. said...

Praying for travel safety for you and your grandson...Godspeed!

Love,
Beth

Rita said...

Praying that your trip will be good and successful. Take care, my friend, and we look forward to "talking" to you again soon.

Karen Lange said...

Blessings! Have fun:)

Angel said...

Wow, I didn't know that, you are right, we should use that more often. Praying safety for you!!

Adieu,
Angel

Susan J. Reinhardt said...

Hi Kathleen -

Have a safe and fun trip!

Blessings,
Susan :)

Andrea said...

Blessings on your journey, sweet friend!

Terri Tiffany said...

Have a safe and great trip!!

Gwendolyn said...

What a blessing to have your grandson's help. And the little darling, Kole James! Just a month old today! You ARE blessed!

LisaShaw said...

Hi my friend,

I've missed my visits with you! I pray that you and your family are well.

Thanks for the lesson at the end. I had no idea it meant "to God"

I'm so looking forward to gleaning more nuggets of wisdom from you when we're roommates at the gIRL!

Love you.