Back to my story. One of the little ones picked up these 2 cars and Tia noticed "The Happy Factory" on the bottom. That wouldn't have meant a thing to me, but she recognized it because The Happy Factory is an organization based near Cedar City. It's non-profit and has shipped over 1,200,000 toys--small cars and trucks--to more than 125 countries, schools, hospitals, shelters, churches, foundations and humanitarian organizations around the world. I don't know this for sure but am thinking that these little cars may have made their way to Louisiana after hurricane Isaac in 2012 then somehow found a home with our nursery toys. I don't think it was a coincidence that Tia was here and saw them.
These are some of the sweetest, most polite and lovable children I've ever met. On the left are Johnell, Day'Jon, Braylin and Sister T's grandson:). Day'Jon and Braylin are holding the Happy Factory cars.
|On the way home from church we stopped to see if Mike was out and about. Hooray for us! He was. He must like the rainy weather. This is my best pic ever. My cousin, Lisa, keeps posting the most incredibly spectacular pics she taking on her African Safari. This is probably as close as I'll ever get to a wild animal:)|