Last night we all settled in to watch the movie "Extraordinary Measures", and it was really an amazing story. As we watched the movie Mike, and I both got choked up several times. The story revolves around a father that wants to find a treatment for an incurable disease two of his children suffer from. We watched the movie, and picked out many things we recognized like the feeding pump, etc. Anyway, the movie was really touching, and it's worth watching.
Yesterday we got our tree up, and it looks wonderful. I snapped a picture, but it was from my phone and a bit fuzzy. Emily has dropped my camera, and it's broken. It seems I can never keep a camera for very long, argh! So I am on the hunt for another Nikon Coolpix.
So I received an email last night from a very nice lady that had found Smile Boxes months ago through my uncle in Missouri. Her daughter was riding home with someone, and they were in a major car accident. She is currently residing at the Ronald McDonald house while her daughter is in the hospital. My heart goes out to her. She said that they received an Emily's Smile Boxes, and it made them feel a bit of comfort because they knew exactly what it was. I was happy we could help them a bit at such a tragic time. They are in our thoughts, and prayers.