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Sunday, November 28, 2010

Homeward Bound

This morning at 7:30 Ange and Sage left for Pittsburgh.  they are going to try to drive straight through with their belongings in this U-Haul truck.  Ange was driving the truck and Sage is in the car following her to Dallas.  Ange's friend let her borrow the car for the weekend since he was going out of town.  They are going to drop the car off in Dallas and then head East.  It is a 20 hour trip and when they get to Pittsburgh they have the truck to unload before Sage has to be at work Monday afternoon.
Here is a picture of Sage getting ready to take off this morning.  She was a little chilly.  She is wrapped in the quilt that I gave them for their new place in Pittsburgh.
Dave, Angie, Jake and the girls took off for Omaha around 8:30 this morning.  It was so much fun having everyone here for Thanksgiving.  Abbie is in her seat for the long 10 hour trip to Omaha.  She always wants to do a project when she comes to visit.  Besides decorating the Christmas tree on Friday we had Aunt Theresa show us how to make the Christmas decorations below. 
Abbie, Jack and I were really good students.  The 1 and 1/2 inch circles were drawn from a vitamin bottle lid.  Very trying and I have since purchased a 1 1/2 inch punch from the Michaels Store.  If you look really close you can see nephew Robb from Denver.  We used old Christmas cards and picture Christmas cards.
I forgot to send an ornament home with Abbie so I will be sticking one in the box with the other Christmas presents being mailed to Omaha. 
Here is a picture of Abbie and Reese in their car seats getting ready for the long 10 hour trip to Omaha.
I did not get a picture of Jake but he is in the car with Dave, Angie, two dogs and a set of golf clubs.  They were packed like sardines.  Goodbye loved ones.  Have a safe trip home.  We really enjoyed having you all here for Thanksgiving.
This week I am planning on finishing my Christmas decorating.  Thanks for stopping by. 

1 comment:

  1. How nice everyone was there. Safe traveling to all of them.