March 24, 2017
I got a call from Nathan on Tuesday morning saying he and the family were about to head out for a last-minute trip to Dunn, NC; Meagan’s grandpa is in his last days of life and they wanted to see him one more time. I know there is truly nothing as special as those wonderful grandmas and grandpas in our lives.
Of course, we couldn’t let them get that close (three hours away) and not see them so yesterday, we met Nathan and the kids halfway for lunch. Sarah even drove in from Virginia to hang out with us all. (Meagan stayed behind in Dunn, which is right where she needed to be.)
Although I don’t have time for a longer blog post (I am leaving town for a speaking engagement in just a couple of hours) I wanted to at least share a few pictures. Will share a few more photos later.
I am so grateful for an unexpected day of unexpected sweetness; I am also praying for moments of unexpected sweetness on this journey that Meagan’s family is walking right now.
Thrift stores, fuzzy socks
and conversing with my Yorkie
are all on the list of things I love.