Thursday, June 4, 2009


It's hard to capture the feeling in a photo . . .

but it felt like we were playing hide and seek under a huge fluffy duvet cover yesterday morning.

I made these hangers for our graduating Laurels: Kayla, Sophia, Ceara, and Brittany.

I just love those girls so much and want them to keep going on the right path. They are truly lovely young ladies. Our Young Women program won't be the same without them.

Today is a busy one for me.

I had a 7 am dentist appointment this morning (favorable report). Had to refrain from making dumb jokes like, "I'll bet every dentist wishes he had a chair like this at home!" I know, sigh of relief from the peanut gallery. I read two magazines and watched the same 5-minute Crest infomercial about a million times. I also saw my fillings up close on the big screen which was like seeing a hideous freak show. No one should have their flaws plastered onto a 42" monitor.

Then later I'm watching Emily and Camille. The boys sure love playing with them.

And after that, Tyce comes home (1/2 day) from school where he will be DONE with 7th grade! He's going to babysit for a couple of hours while I have lunch with my new friend Denalee (also an adoptive mom). I am totally looking forward to that.

Bryce has to work late tonight because he stayed home with the other kids so I could lay upside down in a dental chair in peace. It was worth it.


Aranne and Dan said...

Those hangers are so special and such a great idea!!! What a great YW leader you are...

Denalee said...

Thanks for a great time Rebecca. You're totally awesome.

LOVE the hangers! Just how do you actually accomplish amazing tasks like that with little helpers all around?

A Real Key Largo Housewife said...

Love the picture and those hangers are awesome. What a great gift! Something they can actually use and is also a great reminder to see everyday in their closet.

Emmy said...

Such cute hangers!!

Mopsie said...

Wow, cool cloud picture. You did a good job of capturing it.
What a special gift the hangers will be. You really do give it your all, don't you. YOU are special!