Festival of Trees

So this isn't triplet related, but I wanted to post some pictures of what I've been involved with for the past couple months. I was in charge of decorating a tree donated by my church for the Festival of Trees. If you don't know what that is, let me explain. Individuals, organizations, groups, businesses donated fully decorated trees to be auctioned off for charity. The charity this year is for helping homeless people get off the streets and get jobs and begin anew. So it's a really great cause. Anyway, I received donations for the ornaments and I bought them and put the tree together. I've pretty muched worked on it any free minute for the past two months and nobody is happier that I'm done than my husband. He's been extremely supportive and I couldn't have done it without him--but I know he's glad to have me back. :) I couldn't have completed this project without the help of some more wonderful people, either! Thank you to the Suggs ladies, Helen, Michele, Katy, Spring, Doris, Jennifer, my mom, my sisters, Barbara, Lynn Dee, Sandra, Linda, everyone who volunteered and members of the Sac 1st and 2nd wards. THANK YOU!!!!

The theme is "Let Music and Love Fill the Air"

I think it turned out really great..I am pleased!! Thanks again to everyone who contributed!!


Mandyloo said…
I bet that was quite the project!! The tree looks great!
Katy said…
the pictures don't do it justice... i saw it today! It LOOKED AWESOME!
Katie said…
Awesome!!! That did turn out really really great! So tell me, does your tree look like this? I could have never done a tree like that......good job
I am a friend of Katy McGee's and have been following your blog for some time now. I have two week old twins (2 boys) that delivered at 35 weeks. They are my first two. It's been challenging these past two weeks, mostly with night time feedings, but I keep thinking of you and your cute little girls. I tell myself that if you can do it with three, I can with two. Just wanted to thank you for sharing your daily challenges and triumphs...it's inspiring. Thank you!!!
Amy Tucker

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