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Tuesday, October 12, 2010

faith, hope and a little bit of pixie dust...

I can hardly believe that a year ago this week we were on Sam's Make-A-Wish trip.  And since then we have gone to Six Flags and Noah's Arc Waterpark on our Give Kids the World Passports... our passports expire this week but I am awed by the generosity of all the organization who participate in the program. 

With a little faith, hope and bit of pixie dust we are making plans to visit Disney and volunteer at Give Kids the World in the future (what better place to celebrate your 40th)!!!  The kids still get excited every time they see anything Disney related.  Sean loves "The Mouse" and Sam still loves his princesses and Andrew is trying hard to grow enough so he can ride on the "really big rides".  

This was an incredible experience that our family will never forget.  


Zoey's mom said...
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Zoey's mom said...

So,I ask for you to throw me a bone and I am nowhere to be found on the last few posts!Recovering emotionally from 2 hours of my 9 year old gone missing ... helicopters,dogs,etc... crazy insane.Anyway...

Where does a year go!And what an awesome way to celebrate your 40th.Me,just hit 46.yikes.

As for my little boyfriend,I love the slide picture.I know,with all my heart and all my soul,what it has taken to get to this point.In Sam,I continue to see hope for our future and not a day goes by that I don't repeat our adopted mantra of "Slow and Steady" ... wearing my necklace today as a matter of fact.

Miss Z is finding her way.Check out my latest post.See her in action.There are not many out there who will understand the place we are in today and how much we rejoice in it.But I know you will.

Take care long distance,first bloggy friend and I really need to get over to Uppercase ... holidays are creeping up on me!

October 12, 2010 2:46 PM

Recumbent bike said...

children must have new hope and a faith in their work. so it will good for his better life.