So I am short on time this week because we have have had to detail clean our car because it has reached 50,000 miles and is being taken up to Charleston tomorrow, and will be replaced by a brand new car! Whoot whoot...final transfer bonus, haha. (I mean all the mission vehicles are practically brand new anyhow, but this will be the newest car I have ever driven)
First of all thank you everyone for the all the birthday cards it was awesome to get so many for a whopping grand total of 26! that is impressive...our mail man we ran into him the day after my birthday and he saw my name tag and said "happy birthday by the way" haha. They are all awesome!
Birthday Pho "With Mom". (We planned on eating together at noon on my birthday).
Elder Wilkinson Approves...Note: He does not like to get his photo taken so this is a rare gem haha.
The St. Patricks day parade float begins to take shape...I love this part of projects like this seeing it come from an idea to actually being created...it is a lot of work but it is all coming together and the ward is getting excited about it now that the biggest hurdle of work is done.
Working on the Float in Bishop Creamer's barn at his "resort" of a home...it is amazing
it is going to be Legit. Huge thank you to Bishop Creamer & Sister Creamer
This is Sister H., she is the creative super mind of the ward...she was gathering down tree limbs for the two trees that will be on either end of the float.
Using a flower shop trick we learned from the H's we set the fallen tree limbs inside the concrete forms which will be decorated with tree bark and plastic leaves. and a nifty flag banner will hang between the trees and several other decorations will adorn the float.