I can always tell when Pat Lester has been on a set-up because she never fails to bring fresh flowers from her garden.
Lorna and Linda Mann went down to the herb garden in Venice and included a nice sprig of rosemary with the fruit. I spy two more Pat Lester potholders.
The set-up below was for a mom and her two little boys, aged 4 and one. They had been living in a shelter (had to be out at 8 AM and not allowed back til 6 PM) for quite some time and were so excited about their new shared housing at The Transitional Living Center in Venice. They will share the bathroom above with another mom and child but the bedroom below is just for them. Baby in a crib and mom and 4-y.o. in the bunk bed.
Another big shout-out to Baby2Baby for all their donations to us of cleaning products and laundry detergent from The Honest Company.
And finally, check out our great sewing kits below. The Chapman girls helped make the pincushions. Good job, girls!!! Pictured below are examples of the kits with two wounded stuffed toys. Mickey had lost his whiskers and the frog had a serious injury to his throat. Karen repaired them and with these kits, the moms will find that they have all they need to hem a pair of pants or sew on a button. We now give a sewing kit to each family...a wonderful addition to the set-ups.