I’m not home yet, but I do have an internet connection!
We traveled to West Virginia for the holidays. When we arrived at the over-100-year-old house where my hubby grew up, a problem was discovered with the pump for the well water–just what hubby needed, another project.
We spent a few days visiting family, including my beloved father-in-law at the nursing home where he now resides. It was nice to see him once again, and the smile it brought to his countenance to be surrounded by seven of his great-grandchildren.
A rainy morning greeted us when we awoke our last day there. Twenty family members met for breakfast at a local restaurant, then we returned to the house to pack for the ride home.
The rain was our companion for a couple hours; then fog clouded our view. Eventually, the dreariness was left behind, the blue sky peeked through to remind us it was still there. A hint of a rainbow appeared briefly, tinting the grayness with a wee bit of color.
“When the bow is in the cloud, then I will look upon it, to remember the everlasting covenant between God and every living creature of all flesh that is on the earth.”
Genesis 9:16 (NASB)
What have you been up to while I was away?