I’m thinking about building a new website, it’s going to be: flythroughourwindowtoseeJosh.com and you all can create bios and upload beautiful pictures of yourselves. If Josh had any insecurities he can throw them all out the window now. You all sure were kind. It’s a good thing I didn’t tell you all he’s going to be doctor. While I’m on the subject of the band I will tell you that they are getting all geared up to share some of their songs with you. They have also become new readers of the blog. Welcome boys! I mean, men.
Thank you, also, for your prayers for Melinda and her family!
In other news, Morgan’s preschool class had a big “T” party this week.
Along with the learning about the letter “T”, the teachers have also been teaching about manners. Each lady had a gentleman who helped her with her chair and danced with her. Morgan’s gentleman was Jacob.
Kate’s mom seems to have caught this all on tape. Kate’s dad is probably really excited that she lacerated her gentleman’s cornea with her long locks. I feel certain that Justin will no longer let me cut Morgan’s hair; it lacks the weapon-like abilities of long hair.
The kind man at the post office helped me stuff ALL of them in one fairly small priority mail box. They were due today, in California, I live in Alabama. My favorite slogan, is always… “better late than never”!
I had several friends over last week to make them. We had so much fun and lots of laughs. Every thing I’m trying to say right now about these monkeys sounds very inappropriate… so, just imagine how thankful I was that the band wasn’t here while the monkeys were being made.
They’re all for Craft Hope 4. I’m already excited to see what’s in store for Craft Hope 5… the first 4 rounds have been a wonderful success. These monkeys are all being delivered to children who have been burned. If you have time to explore their site, I highly recommend you read the account of the handmade dolls that made their way to Nicaragua. It’s powerful and reminds me of what little time and materials these type projects take to make such an ENORMOUS impact in the life of a child.
These only took one pair of socks, a cup of coffee was optional, but highly recommended.
I used this fabulous, step-by-step tutorial. They would make precious stocking stuffers… you may want to bookmark that page!
Hope you all have wonderful weekends.