Thursday, January 17, 2008

A Hug

It has been said that in order to stay happy and healthy, a person needs ten hugs a day. Lucky for me, I reach my quota of ten hugs by eight o'clock every morning. With that ratio, how could I ever leave?


  1. first of all, i am bitterly jealous of the hugs. second of all, i am bitterly jealous of the hammocks.

    tell my boys - the godsons - and jean robert that i said hello and send lots of hugs and kisses.

  2. I love all of the pictures today, Paigey. Is that Jeff with you on the hammock? I still think of Jeff, Fery, and Jean Robert greeting Auntie Pat and I everyday with hugs and a kiss on the cheek. They can really "light up a room" with those smiles. Please give them all a hug back from Mama Paige (or was I Mama Pam??), I forget what they were calling me. I miss you all; but,.....the best hug right now, though, would be from my Paigey. I love you!!

  3. I won't forget: she was definitely called Mama Paige! I've loved telling all the stories this past week about the love, hugs and smiles that I received during my stay; they're certainly unforgettable!
    Love and hugs back to all of the children who touched my heart in a very special way!
    Hope you're having a fantastic day, Paige! :-)