Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Merry Christmas to You!


During this time of the year it is easy for me to be reflective and think about all that has happened in our lives.  Its been a great year and 2015 looks even better!

We are in Virginia Beach for the next few months awaiting the birth of our first grandchild.

A lot has happened since this time last year, when we were in Seal Beach, CA.  From there in January have basically moved east, with stops to see family in Albuquerque, Fort Worth and Maynardville TN.
We also spent time in Pennsylvania, the DC Area, Myrtle Beach, Charleston, and Macon GA.  We also had stops in Red Bay AL to get some work done on the Roadrunner and had a short two weeks in Florida.

This gives a general idea of the route we took across the southern states.  We saw some spectacular sites along the way that were majestic, breath-taking and intense.

We took a lot of pictures but this one is among my favorites
The majesty of the Grand Canyon...

And getting together with my brothers and their wives

And through all the miles from the West Coast to the East, we are very aware of how fortunate to be doing this.  To be 'on the Road' so to speak.  Doing this allows us to connect and visit and see so many more people than we would otherwise.

That is one of the biggest gifts of all -- to be able to engage and have more of a relationship with family and friends and new friends.  So we are grateful and we wish you a


Merry Christmas 
and 
Happy Holidays 
and a 
Prosperous New Year!

Thanks for joining us today and throughout 2014 on the Roadrunner Chronicles!!

9 comments:

  1. Merry Christmas and best wishes for a Happy New Year from both of us to you and your family (and to the newest member coming in February!)

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  2. And A Merry Christmas to you!!!

    Hope you have a great Holiday and a great year in 2015.

    Jim and Linda

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  3. Have a Merry Christmas! Hope the time waiting for your new grandchild goes quickly, it's hard but the wait is worth it! :c)

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  4. Merry Christmas Randy, Pam and to your entire family. You've got a great 2015 to look forward to!

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  5. Merry Christmas. You say it so well about the traveling. Looking forward to when our blue lines cross and we can say hello in person. :)

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  6. Yes, this has been a tough year for us in many ways, but we are counting our blessings and able to travel yet again this year...Hope you had a wonderful Christmas day!

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