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Heading Home

Heading for home down the Interstate,
And those that do await.
It's been a long and lonesome haul,
To deliver all the freight.

He's traveled this highway he knows,
A hundred times or more.
Seen all the scenery on the way,
No new things to explore.

Met lots of people along the way,
Some he'll never forget.
He has also done a few things,
That he'll always regret.

A CB radio connects with friends,
It helps to pass the time.
But it's "Roger, over and out!",
When he sees his Home State sign.

When almost home he just can't wait,
To see those he does love.
Says a prayer of thankfulness to,
Our Father up above.

Home again with his family,
With presents all around,
He knows that when he's heading home,
It's like he's heaven bound.


This is dedicated to my oldest son Jeramie, who is out there on the road every day. Please keep him in your prayers as he hauls his loads.  A special thank you to my friend Grace (Kool WebSets) for custom designing this page with his picture and his tanker.  She did an awesome job! Also thanks to Evelyn of Southbreeze for this allowing me to use her poetry.

The Song playing was one of Jeramie's favorite songs as a toddler, titled Gity Up Go by Red Solven

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