I struggle when I have nothing tangible to do to help, and I feel like the admonition to wear and find pink items was my Christmas gift of distraction. Thanks, Stephanie.
Here are a few of the ways we found to throw pink into our everyday activities. It is still something we think about and do to show that we remember Jeni and love her so much.
Pink Bowling Ball
Pink bouncy ball
Fortunately, we have lots of pink shirts in our wardrobes.
Pink as also discovered at the Festival of Trees.
Pink juice, and adorable little face!
Pink skies. I thought about Jeni every morning when the sky was painted this amazing color.
Pink frosting messes, thanks to Luke. He really wanted his aunt to know how much he loves her.
Pink hat, gloves and scarf for Sara, and pink gloves for Jack.
My sisters dyed Trouble PINK!
Sara was a pink reindeer for her Kindergarten Christmas concert.
PINK lemonade at Pier 49
Sara, who always gets licorice ice cream when we go to the ice cream shop, chose bubblegum this time so she could send a picture to Aunt Jeni.
Emma's very pink and very sparkly shoes.
Jack went to a birthday party where the kids all decorated donuts. Jack did his in pink.
My friend Gayle made me this PINK spider for our ornament and white elephant gift exchange. Also, I have pink tips on my nails.
We made sure to get a picture in front of the PINK trees by the Assembly Hall when we went to see the lights on Temple Square.
Judy sent me this pink ribbon scarf for Christmas. I had to get some advice from Lucy on how to wear it. I love it.
My friend Katie made me these lovely PINK rose earrings.
We were trying to battle germs and breast cancer at the same time.