If timing is everything, then mine wasn't bad at all! Instead of looking at snow, lots of snow in my yard in Kentucky, I got to see some sunshine, water, boats and palm trees. It is obvious that the cold weather has played havoc with the grass, trees and shrubs which are far more brown than is normal for Florida at this time of year! But still, it ain't snow!
Since being down here, I've visited with a number of friends, Janie, Alicia, Marie-Laurence, Tami to name a few. I've visited scrapbook stores, scrapbooked, worked on a fabric box and had lots of good food. On the negative side, I'm still battling some sort of bug, seems that's been with me since November! Hopefully it will decide that it wants to stay in Florida when I go back home!!!
Savannah is a the little girl of a friend of mine. She has been through so much as has her family. Yet they are blessed since Savvy did get her liver transplant. However, the care of a child with a liver transplant doesn't stop just because the child has a new liver. Until she can grow her own liver, and I hope that someday science allows us to do that, she will need constant and expensive care. And so I hope that you will consider Savannah's COTA fund when you are looking for a charity to support.