Okay, this title is for all of you waiting to hear how we're adjusting to life with the triplets. I'm so sorry that I haven't posted since we got the kids. Well, with the kids in the studio apartment, and all the crazy running around, so that we could leave the country, and then the long flight home, followed by discovering that we have no internet at home, over the weekend, well, you understand!
This is not the post you've been waiting for, either. So, yes, more patience needed. I don't have my camera with me for all those adorable pictures you're craving, but I didn't want to leave you hanging for too long, so I snagged this computer to let you know that you have to wait a little longer. I'm working the next three nights, and David is doing stay-at-home-Dad duty, so it won't be for another three days either. I'm sorry! I can't do everything! (My kids will recognize that tone.)
Just to quickly let you know, after the long, stressful flight home, with little sleep, everyone got sick. I've never seen so much snot and crusty eyes! The kids had it pretty bad, too. Just kidding; David and I only got sore throats, and lost our voices. Luckily, the kids had already learned "no-no!" so they could understand it when we whispered.
I have lots of stories stored up for you, so tune back in a few days, and I'll tell all. Suffice it to say, we are exhausted and exhilarated. (I can't think of any more "exh" words.) We are amazed at God's goodness, and the kindness of strangers, and of those whom we no longer consider strangers. (God bless you; you know who you are!)
It is fitting that in a few days, those who formerly had no family will be sitting around our Thanksgiving table, sharing our feast with us, and will be with their family for the first time in their lives. THEY ARE HOME!!! PRAISE GOD!!!
"God setteth the solitary in families..." Psalm 68:6
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