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Monday, March 26, 2007
Jesus, Pass The Snacks Please..

So, Big Sister goes to a 3k program at a local church. Every Wednesday they are read a bible story and colors a picture. Wednesday when she came home I asked her about the pictures, here's how the conversation went...
Me: Oh what a pretty picture, what did Jesus and his friends eat at the special meal?
Her: I don't know. ( a VERY common answer from her)
Me: Well, look at the picture, what are they eating?
(she studies the picture for a few seconds)
Her: Chocolate Chip Cookies, Goldfish crackers and koolaid.
God I love her..and I can TOTALLY see that!

link | posted by Mrs. TSB at 11:25 AM

Blogger dreaminghope had this to say:

awwww That i can see in the pic... lol. Too Cute

2:34 PM 

Blogger debby had this to say:

I see that.. and wish I was invited... I love goldfish!

9:44 PM 

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I'm a SAHM to 3 girls. We became foster parents in May 2006 in hopes of adoption. We love our girls and could never picture ourselves without them. Although life is much busier, we couldn't be any happier. Here's our story...