I still can’t believe how kind my friends were to plan this!! I wanted to have a little gathering, too, but they had something much bigger in mind. (This photo just makes my heart melt.)
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Linsey Laidlaw made this awesome sign, which I kept and will be framing in my home one day.
Our talented and dear friend, Tina Richerson, serenaded us with her saxophone. And our friend, Melissa Hope, so kindly took most of these pictures which I am SO glad we have as I was too caught up in the moment to pull out a camera.
I got to visit with dear Macalia, an autistic girl in Brooklyn who will always have a piece of my heart. She makes you feel like a million bucks when she grabs your hand and wants you to come sit by her.
And the KIDS!!!! Oh, how I adore these Brooklyn kids to pieces. They were going NUTS over the balloons all night long. It was pretty cute, until the balloon mosh pit took over. All the adults in the room were standing by.
(photos by Melissa Hope)