Heidi’s Happenings: Merry Christmas!

January 27, 2015 by Sue Reeves

Heidi Hill is a guest blogger for the CPD’s Developmental Skills Laboratory (DSL), a day program for adults with disabilities. Heidi loves to type and each month she’ll be sharing the fun activities that she and her “buds” are doing at DSL.

Man in an ugly sweater.

Participant Jeffrey and his ugly sweater!

In the month of December we all had gone down to the mall to see and talk to Santa, and give him our wish lists, so he’d know exactly what Heidi and her DSL buds would like to have for Christmas. Heidi and her buds enjoyed Christmas time with their friends ’round here! We made pickled treats which were sour, but other than that they were yummy! We also made ugly sweaters for our Christmas party and that was lots of fun!

Someone came dressed in green just like the Grinch that lived just north of Who-ville. The mean Grinch  stole everything including, their tree. Soon though, he’d learned his one lesson the tough way, which is, “never-steal from the whos.” Everyone was kind as could be. Plus, Miss Hill never said one cross word to her buds, plus, she’s always had kindness in her heart. Not only that, but, Heidi’s buds down at the work-site never said a cross word to her either.

We decorated DSL and everybody invited their families to the Christmas party. When everybody came to this glass-windowed work-site, they all enjoyed doing things ’round here. Heidi Sue remembered to wish her friends a Merry Christmas, and a wonderful New Year.

Heidi hopes that her buds and their families had the most wonderful Christmas, ever. This past Christmas just was the humblest one, yet, where we could reflect on the true meaning.

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