reporter in Huntsville, I did a couple of little feature stories about different things they were doing, and then one time it thought it might close, so I had been on campus for those stories. Other than that, I’ve just passed that rocket millions of times. For the kids, Hg had been on a school trip, and the overnight girl scout trip, but the others had not been. So, they were excited and we had a lot of fun.
We have been enjoying pinball, and I think my middle fingers and the top of my hands are sore from pounding the buttons. Vic remains top scorer, but time spent on it is in his favor. It’s fun to hear it rev up every now and then when someone (Vic) has walked into the room to play a round(s). We actually had a family interested in looking at the house this past weekend. Thankfully, we had a little New Year’s Day party planned to show off the pinball machine and to kind of kick off 2015, so we
Unrelated to the above, I just thought I’d share this: A friend sent me a link about Locks of Love from a blog not a news source. I couldn’t get it to pull up, so I don't know what it is about, but she
was asking that St. Jude help spread the word about Locks of Love - whatever that word was, but from the context it seemed to be
|Eli under one of the Saturn V|
rockets displayed at the center.
As far as St. Jude’s responsibility concerning other organizations, I don't think it can out other orgs. We have not been in need of a wig, but when it came time for Eli getting a "wish," St. Jude did point us to an organization for that, but it was up to us to look into it and follow-through with it, and if we wanted to use a different organization we could. In fact, we were contacted by another one, but the unspoken un-pointing to
Here’s my two cents about Locks of Love, but I have no experience with it, and I have not contacted anyone for information. If you or your children have donated to Locks of Love, I think that’s great!
|We finally got to have Christmas with Betts. We had been sick|
and didn't want to risk taking anything viral to the facility.
|We are a "1-2-3 everybody GO!" kind of gift openers. We like the|
craziness and the mess of the paper flying, the kids yelling
in excitement at what they got. It's fun.
|The kids made us a New Year's cake.|
|Melissa tried really hard to reach Vic's score.|
|The kids were all so excited to have friends|
over. Being at the townhouse, we didn't have
room for any extra bodies. This is Caleb with
his homecoming buddy and classmate Rachel.