Well, we made it. . . I think! Honestly, I'm so worn out from the past five days and brain dead from travel that I'm not certain where I am or what I'm doing! ;)
I'd love to provide some witty commentary on our busy day of travel or some encouraging moments from our five concerts this past weekend . . . but I am soooo tired! I just can't do it. Maybe tomorrow . . . maybe.
What I can do, though, is share a bunch of pictures from our crazy past few days. First, here's a quick recap of our recent ministry events/activities :
Thursday - evening church Service,
Friday - begin packing & cleaning
evening Celebrate Recovery
Saturday - packing, sorting, organizing, cleaning, defrost fridge, laundry
evening church service
Sunday - morning church service
afternoon finish packing
evening church service
Monday - finish packing, rearrange trailer for travel, empty hot water tank & winterize
pipes, tow trailer to friends' house, transfer items from trailer to truck, drive 6
hours, load the entire contents of the truck into hotel, CRASH
note: if you haven't read my blog lately, we are leaving our trailer for two months. December will be spent mostly at my parent's house and Janurary will be spent at our new house
Why is it that whenever I clean, I always make a bigger mess first?!
The majority of the weight is moved to the back of the trailer for towing.
Our sweet friends put panels around the trailer to protect it from anyone curious sheep! :)
After hours of driving, we made it to our hotel and as you can see, we were totally wiped out! It only took five trips with full hotel carts to get all of our stuff up to our room. Praise God for a spacious room! :) By the way, although our boys carefully avoided my camera today, they worked sooo hard! We could not have done this without our little helpers!
God blessed us with a tremendous fall tour! He is so generous to include us in His ministry! I can't wait to be a part of celebrating Christ's birth with so many over the next month!
Now I am off to bed! Nighty, night! :)
Hi! I'm Sarah
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