So my friend Edith posted these hilarious pics of her kids doing the Chin People thing, I know it's been done before but it is always so funny! I think they did a particularly convincing job, and since her kids have a variety of hair colors and textures, it makes it all the more interesting. You can go see all of the Chin Family at her blog. The stuff of memories.
As for projects of my own, I've been kind-of spinning my wheels in that category this week. I have several things almost done, but not ready for sharing yet. It's been a busy week, what with Halloween costumes to make, the activity involved in trying to sell our house and find a new house in DC area, and an emotional one too because one of the daughters of our dear neighbors has been diagnosed with multiple types of cancer.
Lily is only 3 years old, and it is just heart-breaking. Since they just recently discovered the tumors, there is still a lot of uncertainty about what is likely to happen and what treatments they will need to use. She came out of her first surgery last week, with more to come. She's a trooper, though, and one of the most strong-willed, spunky, and loving kids I have ever met. If anyone can beat the odds, Lily can! Please keep her and her family in your thoughts and prayers during this extremely difficult time in their lives.