Monday, March 20, 2006

Heath is home!



It is so wonderful to have my husband back!
Words cannot describe how amazing it is to have him home.

He arrived Saturday March 12th in the afternoon.
We hung out all weekend and whenever I could during the week.
He had the week off, and it was one of my busiest weeks of the year.
Grades were due, I started with a new group of 8th graders and finished with my elementary kids, I had many meetings and my professional development class.
(I took off Friday after things started to slow down)

We had a fun weekend!
BBQ and sangria all day Saturday with friends.
Air ship tour (blimp ride) Sunday afternoon.

Today he went back to work.
Two weeks and we will be hitting the road for our spring vacation up north.

Heath is working on a more detailed message…coming soon.

6 comments:

Robot Dean Martin said...

I came across this totally randomly but glad he is back for you. It's good to hear stories like this.

Dan, Tracy & Gracie said...

Congrats and welcomne home Heath. We all missed you but so glad you could reunite with Rhianon. What a special time to reconnect! Hope this time is treasured and wonderful. You remain in our prayers as you transition back to American life and "normal" day to day stuff. Can't wait to see you sometime soon I hope, will call soon to chat. Loves,

The Shib said...

I was wondering when you were gonna post that he was back. It was so secret in the blog world.

Welcome back Heath!

tam said...

Gald to have you back in the states and together with Rhianon. We're proud of the work you did out in Kuwait. Glad you made it home in one piece.

Anonymous said...

Welcome home Heath,
All the Rotrock's are glad you are home safe and sound.
Take care you two!!!
Carol J. Rotrock

matt said...

Hi,
You may not remember who I even am, but I'm friends with The Shib and my wife and I visited last summer for the fourth of July (I believe I won the award for "worst attempt at surfing ever"). Anyway, you guys made a huge impression on us and I just wanted to write and say congratulations and welcome back. Glad your safe. The world needs more like you.