They're good; there's no doubt about it, Don. What a great hobby. I bought John a carving set and some basswood thinking he'd enjoy carving but he was too busy to even try it.
I wish I could talk all of you into watching the Little Couple and recording it from 1 pm to 7 pm tomorrow (Monday) on The Learning Channel TLC. I have watched some of the other shows featuring dwarfism but this is several cuts above all of them put together. You take a mother who is an M.D. in the Texas Children's Hospital and a father who owns his own company, and an adorable little boy who they shower with love and it's a recipe for success. Like the millions of others, I am anxious to see what their newly adopted baby girl from India looks like. I absolutely love this family. The thing that struck me most about the show is how much the couple cherish each other. I use that word sparingly because it's not every day you see this. Then when I heard that Jen the mother now has cancer, I sat down and cried like a baby. But she'll handle it with dignity and will use it as a means to encourage others who are also suffering from it. I know Bill, her husband, is devastated. Please watch it. Even one show. It's has such class, such humor and such an example of love that you'll fall in love with this little family.
Gotta run. Merry Christmas everyone. I love all of you. Big time!
(singing): "Jesus, Jesus, Jesus, sweetest name I know;
Fills my every longing, keeps me singing as I go."