We’re All Travellers

February 25, 2011 at 1:01 pm Leave a comment

I remember a trip home some years ago from a visit with my husband’s aunt who lived in Indiana. A short time after we crossed the Canadian border, we encountered one of the last fierce winter storms of that year. When we finally reached a visitor centre, we turned off the highway and waited it out inside a warm building.  We were tired from a day on the road. We had enjoyed our US visit and appreciated our stay with our gracious hostess, and now we just wanted to go home. To our home city, to our own house with a comfortable bed, familiar people around us.

This song is for anyone who has been stuck in an airport or anywhere else, waiting to continue on to a destination. Whatever that destination might be and whatever the journey.

Carolyn Arends, a Canadian Christian songwriter and performer, sings Travelers (The Airport Song). Listen and enjoy!

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