Laurie, Sandy and Judy to the rescue !!!!!!
8:30 am January 20th, the trek to the Tennessee/Kentucky border began with a full load.
Almost two hours later, and with a few flurries of snow dancing in the air as we drove, we arrived at the school and visited the second graders first. Happiness and gratitude poured out of these wonderful kids.
|The young man on the left said "I wanted a John Deere blanket!|
|Last year Molly's sister in 3rd grade got a quilt and she told us that Molly like cheerleading. She was right!|
|When asked what kind of quilt he got this little boy said "a little bit of everything". He was very happy with that.|
And if that wasn't enough sweetness - we then visited the Kindergarten class
|Mostly all of the boys covered themselves|
|While the girls immediately became a princess|
|The school was celebrating their 100th day so this little girl was all made up to look "old". Being snuggled in her blanket just added to the role.|
|This little boy was so happy with his horses|
|This little girl made very sure I had taken her picture|
|Hugs from a child are the best|