Anyway, I have the pictures ready from the Relay. I wish I had better pictures of our tree, but it was so crazy that night it seems like everything went by so quickly. It was so beautiful at night, with all the lights shining and the gold "leaf" ribbons. It was worth all the work. We are now donating it to a lady who will be using it for her vacation bible school this summer.
All together we raised $215 from Hannah's duck game and the Tree of Hope. We also raised $1143 from our Quarters Lap. That is 4,572 quarters. WOW!! We were so happy with that. Next year we hope for it to be bigger and better, lining the whole track entirely. Wouldn't that be something?
One last note, Hannah had a foot xray on Saturday morning to check for abnormalities or fractures. Nothing showed up, so we still don't know why she is having pain. A friend told me yesterday that someone she knew just finished her treatment for breast cancer. She said the one lingering problem she has is foot pain. It is constant foot pain, and no one can find a reason for it. Interesting I thought, same thing that Hannah is experiencing. Hannah really overdid it at Relay. By nighttime, she couldn't walk at all. She was crying in pain. She didn't want to leave, she was expecting to spend the night with all of us, but she had to go home.
Here are some photos, enjoy!