The Chicks get down to business on giveaway days. We serve more than 90 nonprofit agencies in Middle Tennessee with new basic household necessities for their clients in need.
So this is serious business, people Extremely serious. Okay, we get sidetracked.
Who wouldn’t want to put on a silly witch hat if presented with the opportunity? Eva’s husband didn’t. He ran away to the other side of the warehouse. Party Pooper.
And then there are Judith Finn’s grandchildren, Ethan and Faith. Judith and her husband, John, run the Faith, Hope and Love Ministry. Her grandchildren often come to the giveaways so Betsy and I can completely slobber over them. “Where is the snake book?” Ethan asked me when he came through the door. “I want to read the snake book.” Oh, Lord. The snake book I read him last month. I gave it away. “Um,” I said, stalling for time. “Let’s go see what toys we have!” Kids are such suckers. Or maybe I’m the sucker. They play with stick horses and then get their own little chairs and individual Jack in the Boxes.