We got our boxes ready and took them to church to ship off. The kids were so excited to pack the boxes with the items we purchased and had plenty of questions about where the boxes were going and who was going to receive them. After letting them watch the video over at Megs blog Whatever, Abby was ready to make more and was truely moved. I want to teach my children the importance of helping others every chance I get. I am also getting some crafts ready for Water for Africa. All the money raised from the sales of the crafts is used to build wells in Africa. Last year they raised enough to build two. AWESOME!!!
Grant had his Thanksgiving party Thursday and he made a cute little indian. His name was "Little Pow Wow".
I now have a name for our little Thanksgiving Story. His name is Tucker. Michelle and her family wanted to wait to name him so they could see his personality. I see why. He is not the same dog I brought home. He was so shy and now he is so playful and full of personality. I love him!!!! So without further ado.... I give you Tucker.
NO, you can't have him! He is right at home. Spoiled and loved so very much.
Tucker was 1of 8 puppies to a homeless golden named Lucy. Michelle lost her golden in July and I thought this could be a match made in heaven. That is, until I heard her husband in the background. :) Thank you Dave! I don't think this dog could be any happier, anywhere. I saw him today and he doesn't just walk, he bounces. He is so happy. We found him while we were visiting Grams for an early Thanksgiving so we call Tucker our little Thanksgiving story. Happy Thanksgiving Tucker!