madison_tewe at spinn.net
Mon Nov 1 16:35:06 CDT 2010
Me too, there were a lot of tears rolling over the last few days. Today she
woke up, said she felt good and went to school without complaining or
anything. Hopefully it stays that way.
The weekend coming up her school will have a Harvest fest and on Sunday her
girl scout troop is going to Disney on Ice. V
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On Behalf Of Jan Bailey
Sent: Monday, November 01, 2010 2:02 AM
To: Advice and support for blind cooks
Subject: Re: [Blind-cooks] pumpkins
OH, I'm so glad she was feeling well enough to enjoy Halloween!
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From: "Veronica Smith" <madison_tewe at spinn.net>
To: "'Advice and support for blind cooks'" <blind-cooks at nfbnet.org>
Sent: Sunday, October 31, 2010 11:30 PM
Subject: [Blind-cooks] pumpkins
>I forgot to tell you gab's pumpkin's name. she named him Fever. I guess
> cause she was sick with one all weekend long.
> She actually was feeling better today and we did go to the Intel Shindig.
> It was okay, lots of cookies, cupcakes and music. A Haunted house, a cake
> walk and face paining. We staye for about 1.5 hours, then Gab and her
> buddies wanted to hit the street.
> While we were home, we had 29 kids with adorable costumes and then we
> up the street and thenback down the other side. For that short distance,
> filled up her plastic pumpkin.
> Happiness was had by all. v
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