While the kids and I were staying with Grandma and Grandpa in California we became friends with a dear woman in there ward named Sister Burton. She is a widow and lives just around the corner from Wilcox Headquarters. We visited her every once in while and tried to let her know how cool we thought she was. I was grateful for such a worthy recipient of my efforts to teach the children about service. We have missed being able to show her how much we love her. While visiting at Church both she and I came to tears as we gave each other a big hug. I really love her. If my Grandpa was interested in a companion to make the rest of his days more happy I would totally introduce him to Laureen. Anyway the kids and I tried to think of something we could do for our special "grandma" while we were in town. Emily wanted to make snowflake lollipops and plant them in her yard. Chase simplified it into doing a "snowflake attack" (like a heart attack). So Grandma Wilcox, the kids and I sat at the table and created some of the most beautiful snowflakes ever. We even made gingerbread house. We waited for Grandpa and Dad to come home from work and then in the cover of darkness delivered a "white Christmas" to sister Burton. Of course we couldn't leave our own Grandma's windows bare and she too was the recipient of some uncommon California snow.