Life is how you look at it

My sister, Kelly, and her husband have taken in a foster son, Ephraim, a young man (age 11) from Ghana. Kelly and Eph were decorating the tree Sunday (his first Christmas tree ever); she has a lot of “jointed” mini nutcracker ornaments, some with arms or legs missing. She told him to leave those aside and put on the whole ones. When they were done he stepped back, looked at the tree and said “Can I put the handicapped ones on now?” Of course…

(photo by The Rocketeer on Flickr)

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About Gail

Genealogist, librarian, traveler, runner, grandma, Mormon, Missionary
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