There's Sugar Pie on the big screen second in from the right. Here little friend Miss L is to the right of her and was equally as sweet!
I made my presentation pretty easy to understand and didn't put any "Current" info on it so I can use it again in the future. I wasn't sure how long it was going to take to get threw until I did it at the first presentation. It took a good 45 minutes. If anyone ever wants to have a look at it let me know and you are free to copy it. I made it interactive and fun for them. Plus there were crafts that the teacher could have them make ahead of time.
We're still not 100% sure about the date we will travel to bring Hunny Bunch home. I sent an email to our agency asking when they were leaving for the next group so I could send along a care package for our son. They emailed right back and said send it right away. They also said it had to fit into a Kleenex box! I sent 2 disposable camera's, a photo album, a TINY teddy bear, a few chocolate coins with a CNY card. He should get it this week sometime! He will see our faces for the first time! His room is all ready. I'll post pics on another post. Can't wait until he sees it...can't wait til he's home!
Sad news-We had to say good bye to our 12 year old fur baby two weeks ago. It was one of the saddest things I've ever had to deal with. We knew it would happen soon. He had a bad heart, was deaf, going blind and not only his back legs were going but he took a fall off the sofa and really hurt his front shoulders. We thought he was getting a bit better but he wasn't eating then he started to pee and he couldn't get out of his own puddle...that made me cry. He started to cry a bit then shiver and we couldn't bear to see him suffer. The vet said it was the best and kindest thing we could do for him. I miss him sooo much....I still get up in the morning thinking I have to let him out...one day I thought he was scratching at the door. We want to bury him under the tree with our kitty we lost a few years ago but the ground is frozen...the vet gave us a number to call that will keep him until the frost is gone. Gonna be hard to go threw this again in the spring.