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Do for one what you wish you could do for everyone! And you, my dearest friend, are doing exactly that.

I'm sure you could come up with a 4th of July craft, or games (like corn hole), etc. It's the Saturday before 4th of July right? Are fireworks or sparklers illegal there? That would be something they might not have experienced. I mean don't cause a fire, but you know what I mean :)

Bring a picture of your mom to show Miss J - and pics of Avery.

Do story time - read them books and then leave a few behind. Have Ansley read to them. This is something that they usually don't get if their parents are illiterate or work evenings when they are home.

And bring 5x as much food as you did the first time - b/c Johnny G's will catch on and they'll be lining up next time.


This is awesome! Have no suggestions but to keep doing what you are doing!


You might enjoy reading a book called, "A Thousand Resurrections" by Maria Garriott. It takes place in Baltimore and even includes my old english teacher from high school. The church and pastor are still around today. My very best friend goes to their church. I think you'd just enjoy the topic and story if you're tossing all of this stuff around lately. It's an easy read.


I had another thought. Matt used to work all of those project areas as a cop so if you had any safety do's and don'ts type questions he might be able to help answer them.


Thanks Julie! I always love a good book recommendation! I'll check it out. And if Matt has any suggestions, let me know!

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