I usually tell about Kalisha's good heart, her generosity and kindness. (Makes her sound like she should be nominated for sainthood, doesn't it?
I am usually not a judgemental person, at least I try hard not to be and I believe I am usually successful in that endeavor.
If you read this blog with any regularity, you already know about Kalisha's love of reading; usually books in a series. She also reads aloud.
The title is similar to the title of a children's book Kalisha used to love to have read to her when she was little. Last Wednesday, she decided to create her own version.
I calculate I have been making costumes for kids for over 40 years. Do I just love Halloween? NO, I don't.
Kalisha has been volunteering at several different locations for a couple of years.
Kalisha has been going to "cooking class" every Friday for quite some time. Several young women plan a lunch menu, shop for the necessary ingredients, then prepare, eat end clean up.
Kalisha and I went to the Johnny Appleseed Festival on Sunday, like we do every year.
Kalisha's birthday is in February. That seems a long way off; however, she is planning her own party.
Kalisha doesn't cook, at least not on a stove. She has always been afraid of the stove. Her idea of preparing a meal has been either make a sandwich or stick something in the microwave.