Friday, December 18, 2009

Logan's determination

My son, Logan, wanted his grandparents here for Christmas.

So what does Logan do?

He buys himself a ticket to Phoenix.
Flies there yesterday.
And drives his grandparents the 10 hours back here.

10 hours straight riding in a car would have been too much for his grandparents, so Logan stayed with them in a hotel in Indio, part way home.

He will do the same in reverse when they are ready to go back to Arizona.

Logan works many 12 hour shifts as an RN. With 7 children to support he has been working many overtime shifts. So he does not have much time off. But he wanted to do this for them.

This will be a special Christmas having them with us.
McKay, Tyler and Karen fly in tomorrow!!

11 comments:

Mary said...

What a great thing to do for his grandparents, and how fun it will be for them to be with all of you for Christmas!

Tom and Karen Mortensen said...

How cool. Can't wait to meet them.

grandmapeg said...

What a very nice thing for Logan to do for his grandparents! I'm sure this means a lot to them. You have wonderful sons and daughters-in-law. How very blessed you are! I love the pictures of the twins with their great-grandparents.

Kris said...

How wonderful! I'm sure that means so much to them.

Dad and Susan said...

What an amazing act of service. Logan is definitely to be commended. Dad and Susan

Eileen said...

Beautiful!!
And they both look so happy and enjoying their time with the twins!

And, the twins are not crying at them!

I can see why Logan wanted to do this.

Merry Christmas!
Love,
Eileen

Jill said...

As long as the babies can see their parents they are fine. When we have them over here w/o their parents, their little heads keep darting around every which way looking for Mommy and Daddy. I just see that to mean there is good bonding going on. :)

Sue said...

That's the perfect Christmas story, Jill. That's what it's all about. Love, family, and sacrifice. Thanks for sharing it. And I'm glad you'll all be together.

Tell your son he made my day.

=)

Grandmotherfairy said...

Please have a wonderful Christmas...what a wonderful son-grandson Logan is!

Anonymous said...

I have tears of joy for such a wonderful tribute to Logan's grandparents. This is a testimony of the way he was raised and the choices he makes. Many blessings to all.

Amy Nielson said...

What a great thing for Logan to do. Merry Christmas!