This morning Marshall and I got up early, had breakfast and headed for home. We stopped by Natural Bridge, Virignia and WOW, what a beautiful, amazing area. I don't know if you can see the little white specks under the Natural Bridge, but those are people. That sucker is HUGE. I'll have to tell you more about it in my next post because I'm exhausted.
We just got home about 45 minutes ago. I'm waiting for Cain to get home so I can see him before I hop in the bed. He called last night at midnight and told us that three of his classmates (or so he was told) were killed in a car wreck. I don't know how long you have been reading my blog, but those children makes the total seven: seven classmates Brooke and Cain have lost in car accidents over the last four years. It's absolutely heartbreaking. When Cain called and told us, we couldn't sleep, or talk or do anything except think. All I know is, is that when Cain gets home he's getting an extra big hug from me. And I'll have to give Brooke hers when she gets home on Friday. I'm already so very thankful for my kids, but things like this make you realize how precious each moment is. Please remember those families in your prayers.