Hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving and maybe like me you will be dieting until Christmas....that is of course after the left overs are gone! Our dinner was wonderful. I worked really hard getting everything ready and I am thankful that Amber did almost all the dishes.
I have been trying to get a picture of Skye with no luck at all. She just keeps turning her face! I did get a picture of her ball which she put in the corner. I can't imagine what it did wrong. She lives for this ball.
So these treats are Skye's two favorites. Each morning she comes and gets me in my office and takes me to her drawer. So the other morning I give her what I call her "veggie burger" and she didn't want it. Turned her head away but I told her "that's it or nothing at all." She took it and then nicely dropped in back into the drawer. I had to laugh and of course gave her, which I guess is now her favorite, favorite thing....a sweet potato fry.
Okay, I am going to share something heavy which had me crying crocodile tears on Wednesday. Back in September I was asked by my friend Kendra (a.k.a. bowling buddy) if I could send a handkerchief to a woman she follows. Her name in Anna and her blog is called An Inch of Gray. She lost her son Jack in a tragic flood accident. I have been reading her blog ever since and they are an amazing family. His sister Margaret has had a wish, like so many young girls, to meet Justin Bieber in person someday. Well with lots of prayers, along with some tweeting her dream came true. She was invited to the AMA Awards so I invite you to read this post from her mother. God cannot answer their deepest prayers but He gave Jack's sister a slice of happiness.
Now for some happy news. A dear young friend of mine had her rainbow baby on Tuesday. She has two sweet boys and now was blessed with a little girl. I can't wait to hold her. I have shopped and shopped. Her children are as close to grandchildren as I can get right now. Can't wait for her to see these.
P.S. A Rainbow baby is a baby born after a loss of another child. After the storm comes a Rainbow.