We have just gotten home from taking Hannah to Millar. We had a wonderful trip and time with Hannah on the way there and knowing that she will have such a blessed time at school. Great school, teachers, room-mate, old friends and the new ones she will make. We had the added bonus of staying with Wanda and Harry, and seeing Lois in Banff.
Then home, well it doesn't look much like "home" at this point. Like Laura had said, "it looks like you are moving". It does. Paper for curtains and no lamps. Empty and all boxed up. So far they have boxed up the livingroom, kitchen, computer area and the spare room. I think they looked in Hannah's war torn room, cried and went home in hopes that someone else would clean it. That is one of my jobs today...thanks Hannah, I will be thinking of you :)
So in looking at the kitchen, they must think I am a coffee drinker as it was left out, but my tea kettle is gone. Oh well. This morning I get up and ready for my usual tea, no tea kettle so I will just boil some water in a pan....wait a minute...they packed the tea bags....ALL of them. Thankfully Amanda made me a "tea caddy" for my purse, so I have tea for today. Hmmm...think I had better make a survival kit before they pack up the toilet paper.