Tuesday, January 20, 2009
Sunday, December 7, 2008
Friday, December 5, 2008
Friday, October 10, 2008
Wednesday, October 1, 2008
The other day Drew got a package from Blue Egg Photography. I was pretty curious, but I patiently waited for him to come home to see what was inside. I was thrilled to see the package contained beautiful cards of food! What could be better than pictures of food?? These are beautifully done artistic photos of food taken by Susan Lalich a chef and photographer. Her talent is truly amazing!
And apparently when Drew blogged about the cards here he was told that Chef Sue would be happy to hear how I would be putting the cards to use.
In his post, Drew explained that I have been working with an organization called ChemoAngels. ChemoAngels is a not for profit organization that provides a ray of sunshine to the lives of chemo patients by connecting them with volunteers who send cards, letters and small gifts to men, women and children who are enduring chemotherapy treatments.
I think I joined ChemoAngels about 7 years ago and still hear from former patients who have graduated from the program. It's rewarding to get a note that you made someone's day a little brighter. And I love stationary and writing, so this is the perfect volunteer project for me. And I bet my ChemoBuddies will love getting these beautiful cards for the next few weeks!
Thursday, September 18, 2008
All sunblocked up and ready to hit the park
Eva's loving the tram ride with Daddy
The Halloween decorations at Disney were just amazing.
Eva's first ride at Disney!
Eva fell asleep on the walk over to It's a Small World and slept right through the ride. But not to worry, we rode it again once she woke up.
Eva and Daddy in a cage!
Eva sitting on a Honey Pot in Pooh's Playful Spot
Mommy and Eva at Pooh's front door.
It was a long day at the park and Eva was a trooper! I think she held up better than mommy! But it was a great day and we're so glad to have been able to take Eva to meet the mouse!
Drew has some photos up on the Benspark and Mo has some up on her Flickr site from her entire weekend with Eva. Her commentary is worth the read!