The Flanagin Faires – A Special Celebration

Today and tomorrow the Flanagin Fairies will be appearing at two different birthday parties.  Doing birthday parties is not our primary purpose but in these two cases we just couldn’t resist.

Several weeks ago I received two phone calls requesting the Fairies attend their birthday party.  One had seen us at the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Walk and one had seen us at a gas station.  That’s right, a gas station.

If you follow my blog, you may remember this heartwarming story. (Click Here) to read “Was it Fate – a Flanagin Fairy Story”.

Well the surviving twin is turning one year old and we will be there to help them celebrate.  It will be our pleasure.

Have a wonder-filled day,

Donna Flanagin

Random me:  I survived an emergency landing of a small plane that had lost one engine.  I have not been in a small plane since.

Published in: on April 16, 2011 at 6:48 am  Comments (3)  

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  1. Doing work that matters – that’s the Flanagin way!

    • The kids matter and we all have fun. As we left yesterdays party my daughter said to me that she recognized several of the parents but they don’t recognize her. How funny is that? Her costume is so transforming that people do not know who she is.

  2. Congratulations on making such a positive impact and leaving a legacy for your Family.

    Perhaps the costume transformation is a metaphor for our old selves and our new selves – assuming we work with enough focus and discipline to transform.

    It takes a moment to become a Christian. It takes a lifetime to become like Christ.

    Happy Easter. Perhaps we come to know the true meaning of Easter when we learn to celebrate it every day.

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