I'm off tenterhooks because David is HOME!! I was on tenterhooks (how I love that phrase) all morning, from the time I was woken up by a phone call (first plane delayed by three hours, please call all affected families) and looked out the window to see snow.
Scrooge that I am, I was not happy about the snow. Nor was I happy about the freezing rain that fell for an hour. When it changed to big white fluffy flakes, the children could not resist going out to enjoy it and try a few snow angels. I spent the time inside, worrying about whether it would let up enough so I could get up the hill and out of the village.
Then, alleluia, around noon, the sun came out and things started slushing up. We made it down to base in ample time, and David was only the teensiest bit behind the announced time.
He is here. He is home. He is safe. My cup runneth over.