I've left my family a full batch of yogurt, several loaves of bread in the freezer, and a gallon jar of granola. Inasmuch as housekeeping is never really done, I folded all the laundry, caught up on the ironing, and vacuumed one more time. I like to think of this as one way I love them, smoothing their way through the days a bit. Sure, my husband can run the house and wrangle the kids and find dinner. . .but. . .
I'll be back at homelife soon. I'm ready to show you our new rooms.
Safe travels! How long will you be gone?ReplyDelete
Have a great time! Love that afghan under your things. ;)ReplyDelete
Counting the days until you're back!ReplyDelete
I travel a fair amount for work, and even though it's just me and my husband, I do this, too.ReplyDelete
Sometimes folks fuss me for not "making him take care of himself," but I like how you said that - it's one way you love your family. Me, too :-)
Safe travels, and lovely homecoming!
Sending prayers for a safe travel to and from.ReplyDelete
I so agree with you.. It makes us feel so much better to take care of our families [before we leave]..
Love the loving photo of the kids.
Look at you, the traveling working gal!!ReplyDelete
You're a good homemaker/mom/wife, leaving your family in such thoughtfully good shape.
I hope the trip was good!
Love how you care for them, even in absentia!!! Enjoy the conference and the travels!!!ReplyDelete
And is that yellow thing a watch????? It looks so cool.
Polly, it's a bracelet my sister gave me. I love it.ReplyDelete