Sarah's classmate Gavin and his parents donated Rosie to the library train table in Jane's memory. How awesome is that?
Sarah approves. She even let other kids play with it. This, my friends, is the height of altruistic behavior from an almost-four-year-old.
"Jane was here" on Horton's speck! This was made by Amy Ambroult, a friend of one of the teachers at my sister's school. She learned Jane's story and made pins for me and Jenny. People rule. (UPDATE: Melissa, my sister's friend, actually commissioned the pins. Sorry for the confusion. Melissa, you rule!)
Not a day has gone by since Jane died without a card or note or token arriving at our house. One day we got NINETY. One of these days I'll figure out a way to show them to you. It's wonderful. Cards and notes have come from 46 states and a dozen countries. I know the day will come when the influx will end, but until then the mailman's arrival is one of my favorite parts of the day, thanks to you all. People totally rule.