Our trip to Knoxville began Saturday, March 26 and ended yesterday afternoon, Sunday, April 3---Nine days. We spent nights in Atlanta with my mom and the rest of the time in hotels in Oak Ridge, Tennessee and Jackson, Mississippi. In all, we drove 2,000 miles.
We were successful in negotiating a contract on a new home in Knoxville after spending over two days with our realtor. We spent time visiting with Cindy's mom, who, sadly, has Alzheimer's.
We had a wonderful dinner one evening with Cindy's sister Patti and her significant other, Kevin; and her daughter, Lucinda and son-in-law, Tracy and grandson, Canyon.
We ate too much during our trip. We didn't get enough physical exercise. And the last day (yesterday) driving home was tortuous. But, we made it.
And then, Cindy got sick last night and is still in bed. I think it is a combination of possible food poisoning and stress.
I was up early this morning after a thunder and lightning filled night. Amid the flashes of lightning and claps of booming thunder, I tried to catch up on the blogs I follow. It was really relaxing to get back to my blog friends and read their thoughts.
Now, it's time to go wash the dishes and clean things up while Cindy hopefully is able to sleep and awaken later feeling better.
Blessings to all who take the time to read my ramblings.