Thursday, December 24, 2009


Everyone longs to be home for the holidays, and they say, home is where the heart is. My heart, for the past 9 years has been with Craig, and wherever he is, that is home, no matter it be in the truck, our house in Usk, WA or the many other "homes" we have with family and friends. My Christmas wish, is that we have many more Christmas' to spend together out on the road, for as long as we are together, any place is home. But I do have another Christmas wish to send to the heavens, and that is the thankfulness we feel for our friends and family, who have accepted our way of life, and welcomed us with their warm embrace of love into their homes, letting us know in no uncertain terms, that their home is our home. I wish that they all feel our love and gratitude this Christmas Day, even though we will be absent from their celebrations, for all that they have given to us this past year. We love you all and look forward to sharing our traveling adventures with you in the coming year.And to our fellow trucking and blogger friends, thanks for keeping us company this past year on our travels, along with your prayers for our safe journeys. They obviously have been heard and we do so appreciate your well wishes. We look forward to you too accompanying us again in the new year to come. Now we raise our glasses of egg nog and send our best to all of you this holiday season.........Merry Christmas from our home to yours


rosemary said...

A merry Christmas to you and Craig, cup is raised too!

Anonymous said...

Happy Holidays to you Keep the stories coming as I truely enjoy reading them. All the best

all things bradbury said...

merry christmas!.....and sorry about the parking ticket from the last post!.....hope you got to go to dos amigos, and had a wonderful time....stay safe!

Mark Krusen said...

Merry Christmas guys.


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