This was our van this morning:
We also woke with a pinker baby than usual, so that gave us more peace for today’s travels. We know people are already praying! We can feel it!
Mary is feeling much better this morning, too, so we are relieved for her as well.
The kids were very excited to have a breakfast feast! They all had both apple and orange juice! They also had yogurt, sausage, eggs, biscuits and gravy, a doughnut, and waffles! I love these crazy kids!
An elderly couple chased them down on the elevator and gave them each a dollar for their song!
They were delighted, and quickly offered to sing more songs! It was pretty funny. I am glad they felt proud of themselves.
We are exactly four hours ahead of the ice coming behind us, so we have to stay on top of quick bathroom breaks. I am glad our lunches are already packed. If we had not heeded the prompting to leave last night, even though it was late and we were tired, we would have been caught in the winter storms today. We take a slow and careful drive today, and are grateful for Heavenly Father’s protection and the many prayers that cover us!