Ahhh, home at last. Time seems very surreal while traveling. By the looks of these pictures, it's a wonder how we got anywhere safely. All I know at this moment is I need a vacation to recover from my vacation.
I had a great time with my family. I got caught up on all the events of the past ten years. Cousins and friends I grew up with have kids of their own now. Everywhere we went, we were surrounded by beautiful children. Each child was just as uniquely magnificent as the next.
I'm thrilled to have seen my brother. I've missed him. I can't say enough about his family. I love them. I hope to see them again soon.
It was very sweet seeing my dad after eleven years. Little did I know he's been keeping tabs on me by reading my journal all this time. Hi dad.
My best friend from high school met my best friend from LA. The two of them adore each other. I knew they would. Something about their connection just warms my heart. Beth, if you're reading, I love you. I miss you. And I'm right there with you. Now, get yer butt to LA. You're being beckoned.
There's so much more. The foliage. New England. Montreal. The flights in and out. Driving. Bickering -- not too bad, considering Cheryl and I spent ten whole days together. We learned a lot. We drove a lot more than we expected. We ate too much. We had a constant flow of coffee pumping into our veins. We ran around non-stop. We slept in a couple of days. But mostly, we laughed ... A LOT.
This trip marks a major transformation in the world of Freeepeace. I feel the shift already. Well that and jetlag.