What a difference a day makes as one of you said in the comments. I came home to a VERY happy hubby who greeted me with a humongous hug. He told me he understood my concerns about returning to work, and he promised to work with me in every way I needed him to.
I wasn't home five minutes and Terry called and asked us to come to the campground for a cookout. We live in the campgrounds, so it was a short drive. I had not seen her in over a week. We almost ran into each other's arms! Sounds crazy, I know, but that is how much we enjoy each other's company. I told her husband I was going to buy handcuffs and attach her to me so he would quit taking her away to distant towns. He laughed.
Terry tried to MAKE ME get on the back of her Sea Doo for a ride on the lake. I didn't want to get cold and wet, and I needed to get back home and unpack my full car. Jerry had to go to the store, so we came back home after we ate. Lots of family is coming to join Terry and Doug, so I'm sure we will never be missed.
I DID promise to get on the Sea Doo tomorrow though. PRAY FOR ME!
Last night, when Terry called me, she told me to get up as EARLY as possible this morning and drive home to avoid the traffic jams. She was right. No traffic jams at all.
Suddenly, all seems right in my world again, and I just praised God and apologized for being such a grumpy granny.
Jerry said I missed an awesome service from Cornerstone this morning. Fortunately, I will be able to watch it tomorrow when they get it in the archives.
Won't keep you. Go watch the lights in the sky, and GOD BLESS AMERICA!