Every year at Christmas, our school puts together school kits for the poor. On the last day before Christmas vacation, the school children form assembly lines and put school items in a draw string bag. This morning, a friend and I cut 135 bags out of fabric to be sewn by other mothers. I was so blessed to be able to be involved in this project and in my school.
-the older sister
I am Thankful-
Today I had to take Kyle to the doctor's and it turned into this long, drawn out affair. My son (I was grouching inside!) started to complain about the length of time. When it dawned on me that over in
Haiti they don't have doctors. And if you are lucky you might get close to seeing one but only after walking many miles and then waiting all day. We take so many things for granted in the US. Something just as simple as seeing a doctor when your child is sick. I am so thankful that I can take my child to the doctor.
-the younger sister