|The suspension bridge is below us, to the right|
|Before the Senior Dance (thanks to the girls who posted photos on FB)|
We took some of the gang out to a restaurant afterward, which was also great fun.
We drove home through hail, sunshine, high winds, rain and snow - safely, thanks to God and our guardian angels.
www.fieldsend.org. I am excited to share inspiration and encouragement with other writers!
And just a few minutes ago, I received a link to a live donation page for the
Katie Gerstenberger Endowment
for Cancer Research at Seattle Children's Hospital. This came about because one of Gregg's cousins is planning a party for her daughter's birthday, and in lieu of presents for the soon-to-be one-year old, Aria, she is going to ask for donations to Katie's endowment. What a generous and thoughtful woman - thank you, Rebecca!
Our representative at Seattle Children's Foundation, Carly, was able to coordinate the creation of this page (in less than a week - thank you, Carly!), making donations easy-as-pie for Rebecca's guests and EVERYONE else who wants to support T-Cell therapy cancer research in the Jensen Lab at the Ben Towne Center for Childhood Cancer Research at Seattle Children's Research Institute. Check out the page - it's so cool!
My heart is overflowing with gratitude and joy. Happy May Day!