Sarah and girls came last Monday so Autumn could help
Grandpa at the Flower and Garden Show. At the last
minute our best helper wasn't able to make it so, Sarah
Rachel and Autumn helped. Beth pitched in today too,
and came home excited, lucky girls got to sit in on a class
by Cisco, one of the Pacific Northwest greatest gardeners
We attended the show for a few hours Wednesday. It's always
fun seeing all the displays, getting good ideas. They had a wonderful
childrens section this year.
Elise and Lilly had so much fun harvesting veggies
and planting flowers.
Chloe and I made scrape balls for the birds to use
for their nests. Cute idea.
Isn't this a darling mailbox!
I thought this was a darling little shed. Shouldn't
we all have like this!
I love this little seat! I seriously would have bought
it if I would have had a way to get it home. It was
even reasonably priced.
Springs around the corner
A chicken pen in the back of a Volkswagen bus. I loved
the their little ramp that says "Ladies Only".
Lilly and Elisie in their darling dresses their
mom made them.
This is everything that was donated or made to take to
the Starfish house. We filled three totes to take as
Rachel and I got some last minute things today and are
almost packed. We leave Monday morning. Can't really
still believe I'm going.
Amazing the things we do on faith.
The founder and director of the Starfish House is in the hospital
and was diagnosed with cancer just last week. She pretty much runs
the foster home. So, were kinda going into uncharted territory.
They encouraged volunteers to still come because they'd really be
needed now. Please pray for me!
See you all in China.