Unloading

Here are a few pictures from our initial unload last night.





Our "welcome home" was some candy from Nathan.

So where did Nathan get CaraMilk bars from, since they are from Canada? A HomeTrack student sent Nathan a gift–a huge box of CaraMilk bars! Nathan wanted to share them with us since we have all pitched in to help with ITonRamp. We’ll enjoy them too. Thank you, Mrs. Sondra!

Being home does feel wonderful, but we all enjoy traveling as the Lord leads. This year, it was 3 months on the road! It was amazing to come home to fall: crunchy leaves, cool temperatures, colorful trees.

More pictures later.

Love,
Sarah

“And when we had taken our leave one of another, we took ship; and they returned home again” (Acts 21:6).

12 thoughts on “Unloading”

  1. I love the CaraMilk bars – what a great idea! Canadian-made bars are the best… of course I can’t help being a little biased!

    Samantha T.
    (Quebec, Canada)

  2. Glad to hear you are home safe & sound, with Uriah with you! What interesting ‘candies’ in that bowl, at first glance they looked like steamed vegies to us, we sure don’t have ‘lollies’ like that here!

  3. So glad you all are safely home and getting settled back in. Enjoy the yummy candy! πŸ™‚ If Georgia and Kansas weren’t so far apart, I’d cook a big pot of beef stew and a pan of cornbread and bring it to your house (I love that meal, but especially in the Fall and Winter!).
    Hugs, Patti M. πŸ™‚

  4. How do they get the caramel into the Caramilk bar? Welcome home Maxwell family! I’m sure you’re looking forward to enjoying being home. Being on the road is hard. I was ready to drop-kick my car into the scrap heap until I read about Uriah’s troubles. I’m glad that’s sorted out and I don’t feel so upset over my minor repairs now.

    Looking forward to the birth of the next baby Maxwell. Congratulations to Christopher and Annamarie.

    Pass the Timbits!
    >>>>>>>>>>>
    Not sure what Timbits are unless they have something to do with Tim Hortens.
    Steve

    CanadianMom

  5. Hey, I’m glad you arrived home safely! Fall is indeed the best time of the year!! My brother is looking forward to the classes this morning, Nathan!

    P.S. How are Anna-Marie and Christopher doing?
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    great

  6. I think it is so sweet how the family whom remain back home always remembers to leave ya’ll something. I think my favorite was Anna Marie’s sweet message done in shoe polish on the glass door.

    Bless Uriah for weathering all the mechanical issues. I am so glad everything is working and you all are home safe and sound. The Lord’s hand was all…over…this…trip!

    Love you all,

    Lori

  7. Hi! I have chocolate chip muffins in the oven! I can’t wait to try them! They sound scrumptious! You will not believe what I did, though!!!! I set them in the oven for 15 minutes. I just checked them. They didn’t do anything. It was confusing until my sister told me that the oven wasn’t even on!!!!!!!
    Try again!!!!

    Enjoy your time at home! God bless! Rebecca K.

  8. What a sweet thing for Nathan to leave for you as a welcome home–chocolate is always good πŸ™‚

    I love the way you all work as a team together. It is such a gift when you post these pictures so we can all see that a family can easily work together.

    Blessings, Mrs. Mari

  9. Can’t wait to hear how AnnaMaire & Chirstopher are doing with Baby Maxwell! Plus, of couse, how Abby and Bethany are doing, along with their parents. πŸ™‚

  10. I always like seeing pictures of Uriah, it seems so homey in there the way you have fixed him up! (I enjoyed seeing pictures of the process in your older posts too).

    Thankfully the repairs went well! I’m sure he’s happy to get home too, to replace that one final part.

    Traveling long distances between climates is particularly interesting this time of year, it’s almost like time travel.
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>
    You are right. It was amazing to be in Savannah Georgia on Saturday and home Sunday night.
    Steve

  11. That’s so sweet! (pun intended! ;)) Glad to see you all (and Uriah!) made it all home safe and sound.

    On a side note: I have noticed that in a few pictures some of you are using your phones during Bible time – I recently got an iPhone and was wondering what App you use for your Bibles on there. Any help would be great! πŸ™‚
    >>>>>>>>>>>
    We prefer Olive Tree. They have a great KJV reader and Strongs to go with it.
    Steve

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