Saturday, July 14, 2012

Westbound and Down

Hey! Guess what??

The Tumbleweeds are going home!

Finally.

For good. The trucking life is coming to an end.

What will happen?
What will we do?
Will Safeway have chicken*?

I don't know. But I am super excited to find out. And also to have my own bathroom again. Whoopee!


Jas hiding under a bush during a rainstorm
in Georgia. At least *one* of us
was dry.




* It's a recurring threat theme here, that once we get home I won't have anything to blog about besides the fact that the local Safeway is out of chicken. It happens a lot. But on the bright side, they are also out of milk quite frequently so at least there will be some diversity.

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  1. Well post on Jas are an extra bonus :)) Safe journey home and looking forward to the posts on settling back into home life and the bathroom :))

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    1. Thank you! I may never leave the bathroom, once I get in there. I wonder what kind of job I can get that I could do from there? ;)

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  2. Congrats to you and Himself! Safe travels, and YOU'D BETTER KEEP BLOGGING!!! I'll need regular updates on Safeway's poultry stock.

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    1. Ha! You probably *do* need to get out of the house more often, but I'll take all the encouragement I can get! =)

      I also have to bag my own groceries there and the cashier will STILL ask if I would like help out. I'm sure if I said yes, the whole grocery system would crash and burn.

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  3. Well, the professional passenger becomes the professional hometown resident. I can hear the excitement in your post. I'm sharing your joy & excitement

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    1. Thank you kind sir. I am excited--and a tad nervous--but mostly excited!

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  4. I'm so, so happy for yall!!! I don't know what the future will hold for you but whatever it is I know you will be a success. Just keep blogging so that your faithful readers can share the journey. We all enjoy your writing so much and I'm sure there is no end to the useless information you can find on the Google to write about.

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    1. Thank you!! (and thank goodness for the Google!)

      It's gonna be weird being home again and having to interact with normal people. I hope I can do it! ;)

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  5. When my kids won't eat their chicken at dinner I tell them that there are some people in Wyoming that aren't even fortunate enough to have chicken.

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    1. Wow, we're just like Africa and the Ethernopians!

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  6. yay! woohoo!
    that was on the 14th you posted this...are you there yet!??
    are you still in the bathroom?

    :)

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