I can't believe it is February already. January has flown by just like the month of August last year when Mark had Covid.
Although we have a lot of time on our hands, I just haven't had time to write the GOOD post from our trip to Houston to celebrate my mother in laws 95th birthday. It probably won't happen in the next few days.
Yes, as of today we are still here in Houston. This trip started for Mark and I on the 17th and we should have been back in California on the 26th. So here it is February 2nd and we are currently looking at possibly being home by the 5th or 6th.
The part that was missing from the kit was unable to be delivered yesterday because of the severe weather they had in Kerrville, TX.
Snow and icy roads and many of the employees were unable to get into the shop to work so they were basically closed.
We have had some good news today and if all goes well we will be leaving tomorrow morning to pick up the car and head back to Peoria, AZ and then on to California the next day.
Mark's Mom is feeling better. Her medications have kicked in. The weather here has been mostly cold and rainy so we have not had any decent exercise since we left on this trip. Way too much sitting around!
James is missing Papa and Grandma. Here's a cute photo of him with Roxy when they got home from Houston. He wanted us to see it and wanted to know what we were having for dinner that night.
Mother in law Vivian with Mark's brother's dog Snowball sleeping during football last Sunday.
Thank you for the update Debby. My uncle and aunt live in Texas, they currently are out of power. Be careful out and about, that ice is so dangerous.
I'm glad you will be heading home soon..Cars, weather and illness are difficult things to get through.
Love the sweet photo of James. What a reunion you will have upon your return.
Be careful...that ice is brutal..
precious photo at the end, she looks exhausted, so does the dog. do hope you get home soon. love the pic of James and his dog.
I hope you can get home soon. Love that picture of James.
I am so glad for the update. I can't believe that you are still there. Wait a minute I guess I can - lol. I heard about the horrible storm. Hope you get out tomorrow - safely. And see James soon.
Tell Vivian, that's the best way to watch football! (lol) Okay, I'm feeling cautiously optimistic for y'all. Be safe!
Seeing that grandson of yours cheers my heart, Debby! He is such a caring young man. Safe travels, and I look forward to hearing from you all again once you're home.
What a mess! I hope you get home soon.
Wishing you lots of luck and a safe trip home.
That last picture could be me when I'm watching just about anything on tv.
Glad to hear you should be able to head home soon.
I’ll bet Papa and Grandma are missing James too. Hang in there!! 🙏
Sending hugs and lots of love.
Football puts me to sleep too, Debby,The photos are so precious, safe travels for you and your dh! What would life be without our precious furry friends.
That picture of James is so cute. Your MIL looks so cozy. I hope you are home now, relaxing in your own home.
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