Monday, August 17, 2009

In Which Jer And I Are A Scant 2671 Miles Apart

Okay, so I have good news and bad news.

The good news is I got a phone call from Jeremy this morning and he is in the United States!

The bad news is that he's not here.

He's up in the other Washington, to be exact; the D.C. one, where they will be doing his major surgery before moving him back to good ol' Washington state. He said that since he'll probably only be there a short amount of time it would be best if we stay here. So I'll hang out, clean the house (You don't even want to know what my bathroom looks like at this point. Trust me.), and get Connor totally ready for school. I'll also spend the time answering my e-mails and messages, which I have fallen way, way behind on, and basically try to stay busy so I don't go totally nuts.

I wish I was there-- especially for his surgery-- but I know he'll be in good hands. With any luck I will see him (FINALLY!) some time this week.

What a roller coaster.



Julia O'C said...

Roller-coaster is an understatement. Wow.

Anonymous said...

Do you put your arms over your head during the free-fall? Lifting your family in prayer as your train climbs the next hill. Barbara

Lin said...

Gees, that is some ride you are on. But, at least he is here and is on his way to you soon. We're still sending prayers for a safe recovery and surgery--and that he gets home to you soon!!

Emily and Miked said...

Hi Jess,

I found your blog through Jeneil's and Jess Wilson's blogs. I have been praying for you and your family. I am in the metro DC area. If I can be of any help to you in "this Washington" please don't hesitate to ask.


Katy said...

What a ride, but you seem to be on the down hill slide now! Saying a prayers for you all.

Janis @ SneakPeek said...

It must feel good to have him back on American soil at least. Sorry there is another delay. I hope he is "home" soon!!!

leah said...

Oh, I am so glad he's back in the states (even if it is on the other side of the country).

Here's to getting through the surgery so that he can be home where he belongs. Prayers being said for him, and also for you- I can't imagine the waiting.

Anonymous said...

We're are praying for him! I'm so happy for Connor, he'll get to start school, you must be nervous, the little guy is growing up!...We love you guys!

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