You know the flu has been to your house when the girls make throw-up buckets for their stuffed animals.
Thrift store fabric scraps, tape, scissors... All day, baby, all day.
Lillie my super model.
Grace and Pinkie.
The "animals with injuries" rescue hospital. My girls always pretend that their little ones are blind, handicapped, in a wheelchair, have broken legs, need glasses, or have other infirmities. They are fascinated by differences.
Graham crackers and frosting, pretzels and friends over make the afternoon go by a little faster.
Today I want to share a link. My friend Lisa's mother is succumbing to ALS, or Lou Gherig's Disease. The disease has moved incredibly fast after her symptoms began in June. Her time is now short, and Lisa blogs info and updates for her. What a beautiful soul Caroline is. I think about her daily. This is tough, life is tough... Drop her a comment if you can. Lisa reads them to her each night since Caroline can't use the computer anymore. Comments make her day!
---Caroline Rober's ALS blog---