Felicitys birthday

Felicity turned eight years old yesterday! Happy birthday felicity.

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I gave her the knitted doll clothes that I made and the eyeglasses case
Also in the same link there are pictures for the dress in the secretariat movie. I actually made it just a couple of days after posting, but I don’t care to get pictures of myself and have put it off. When we did get around to it, the lighting wasn’t very good, but here are a couple. I’ll have more later. Sarah likes taking fifty-nine pictures per second, so she’ll catch you at every move you make. Oh well, it’s the dress that matters :)

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Twister was having a great time during Felicitys party, we would throw the balloon and she would jump for it. It was so adorable. I wish I could have gotten better pictures.

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Hannah made Felicity a hobbit dress, and Felicity knows plenty about that because she has read the Hobbit and the first two books of The Lord of the Rings!

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Hannah also likes to take two thousand pictures. If I posted them all you would be worn out seeing them and I of posting them.
Also we saw this really interesting moth today and I looked it up on the internet, it’s called a Luna Moth and it only lives for a week after it comes out of the cocoon and it has no mouth as an adult so it can’t eat. To weird, right? That’s the second animal I’ve heard of that looses it’s mouth as an adult in two weeks, or actually in forever. The other is some kind of animal that lives in caves and glows, but I don’t remember what it’s called. In that week of living, the Luna moth lays up to 300 eggs! Supposedly they’re ‘common but rarely seen.’ That must be true because that’s the first I’ve ever seen and Grandpa Bob says it’s the first he’s ever seen. (That’s his hand in the picture. He’s 6′ 4″ and the moth can have a wingspan up to 4.5″)

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Proverbs 16:9
A man’s heart deviseth his way: but the Lord directeth his steps.

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