Sunday Mornings at Home

Sunday Mornings at Home

Good Glorious Sunday Morning, friends!

Yes, this is a little bit of Sunday mornings at home.

We arrived home late yesterday, so I just wanted to hop on and say hello.

I have missed you, and have so much to share with you about my journeys….and that begins tomorrow.

I met this amazing rose recently and will tell you where soon….and tell you it’s name.

I did read the conversations here, but on the ship, Internet is “wonky” so I could not jump in with my thoughts as I originally hoped.

The one about the green suit was great….thank you to everyone who joined in.

Have a fabulous, bright Sunday…and I will see you tomorrow with so much to share….


By Pamela Lutrell

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Sunday Mornings at Home


  1. So thankful for your safe return, and looking forward to reading all about your trip! May Sunday truly be a “day of rest” for you as you return to normal life at home.

  2. Glad to know you are safely home, and I look forward to days of reading about the big adventure! I hope your rose means there was time in Victoria for a trip to Butchart. It’s so gorgeous there, and the story is worth telling. I’ve spent since last Monday in Portland, with my husband at the large teaching hospital where he trained, this time with him in the cardiac ICU, following a marathon surgery. Please include a thought for him in your prayers. Thank you.

  3. Connie, I’m sending prayers from Fort Worth, Texas for your husband’s complete and comfortable recovery, and also for your peace of mind and patience as you walk this hard road with him. I’m hoping that knowing he is “one of their own” will motivate the medical team to provide the best possible care for him. It must be hard for him to be on the other side of the operating table. It is such a miracle what they can do in cardiac surgery these days, and I pray for the best possible outcome for him.

  4. Hi Connie, I just opened today’s post and I want you to know that I have already prayed over you and your husband and will continue to pray. Don’t Lose Heart or hope…I asked God to join you there.

  5. Welcome home! I’m looking forward to hearing about your cruise but hope you take time to recharge.

  6. Praying for connie and husband . My husband had parathryroid surgery there . Great hospital !

  7. I was so thankful to see your comment on today’s post that he’s improving and may “step down” today. Continued prayers for you in this difficult time!

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