We are home!! We pulled into the driveway this afternoon to signs and balloons welcoming Chris. Before long school let out and we had a house full of 6th grade boys. So very, very thankful to be here. The road ahead will be slow and hard. But for the moment, we're HOME! On the way back, we stopped at the site of the wreck near Putnam. The site where my precious boy could have died. The place where his friend Brody Bourland did die. There's so much to process. Our prayers continue for the Bourland family and for others who were injured in the rollover. Chris was the last child to leave a hospital. (The driver remains hospitalized.) So many stories to hear and tell. One that's filling my soul right now is hearing about the service on Sunday night. Six churches contacted Highland to ask if their teens could come over that evening to pray for our church, our youth group, the Bourlands, and all who were injured. They are First Baptist, St. Paul United Methodist, First United Methodist, First Central Presbyterian, First Christian, and Heavenly Rest Episcopal Church. These churches came to minister to my beloved church while I was gone -- to pray for my son and for the others. I have no words at the moment to begin to say what that community of faith means to me.