The Unloading Process

Since we arrived home around noon, we had plenty of time to unload and settle in. Our hearts are still full of gratefulness to the Lord for the fruit He brought forth over these last three weeks. We are all settling back into life again, with each person having various projects and tasks to accomplish.

Notice how one has to step aside to let another pass? Normal life in the bus!

It depends on the person on how one wants to carry all one's things from the bus. You can either take it in armloads, find yourself a plastic tub, grab a laundry basket, or be creative!
Anna unloading the fridge.
Dad collecting up things from his area.
Mary is one who uses her luggage bag to bring everything in. Ah, the days where we carted everything into hotels via our bags!
You can guess Jesse's preferred method.
I opted for a laundry basket to bring a load of food in.
Carter and Tyler--see all those bugs on the bus again? Jesse will wish for your help when he washes it this weekend.
Taking sheets offร‚ beds.

Anna sorting the mail.

Sarah for the rest

“Thy mercy, O Lord, is in the heavens; and thy faithfulness reacheth unto the clouds” (Psalms 36:5).

3 thoughts on “The Unloading Process”

  1. Thanks for sharing all the pictures. They are always so fun to see ๐Ÿ™‚ Are you going away again any time soon?
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    You’re welcome, Erin. Our next trip isn’t until mid-August.
    Sarah
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  2. Enjoy seeing your pics! What a blessing Uriah must be! ๐Ÿ™‚

    Blesings!

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