September 05, 2008


When John McCain gave his list of things we can do to personally make the country better -- "feed a hungry child, teach an illiterate adult to read, comfort the afflicted" -- I said, "Make chemo caps?"

Cuz that's what I was doing.


This morning I set out for SpouseBUZZ Live. I also get to stop along the way and spend some time with Sis B...and give Crush his knittery.

I live for meeting up with these friends.

Oh, and I'm wearing my new t-shirt, a gift from AWTM: I heart Nebraska.

Posted by Sarah at September 5, 2008 08:48 AM | TrackBack

See you in 24 hours! Woohoo! :D

Posted by: Butterfly Wife at September 5, 2008 09:04 AM

I'm sure Crush will love his knittery. I have mine in the car "in case I have down time while in VA" to work on it. Yeah, okay.

Can't wait to meet you! I'll be the giddy one. Hee hee. Drive safe.

Posted by: Susan at September 5, 2008 10:07 AM

Thank for making those chemo caps Sarah. As someone whose life Cancer has touched far too many times it means a lot for you to do something nice for others when you have so many worries yourself.

My grandfather used to say that every little drop in a bucket makes it full. So never, ever, give up. When you feel like you're up against something bad and you might not win the day, every little thing you do makes a difference.

Even if it is just covering someone's head from the cold because they are ill, or because they were born too early. It is these small things, these selfless acts of our citizens to care for those without, that make our country great.

Very nice post.

Posted by: Mare at September 5, 2008 11:55 PM