That content grin often makes its way on to Lucy’s sweet face.
Lucy’s energy and exuberance for life keep her active-often going from one puzzle to
the next, one color of play-doh (her favorite pastime) to the next, one toy to the next.
Her vibrant personality even shows itself when it’s time for clean-up. She sings her cute
version of “Clean up! Clean up! Everybody do their share!” when the teacher beckons
clean-up time. She’s always up to something.
All bundled up in the cold! More to play in! She looks so pretty in her red-themed
Lucy wanted a helping hand across the snow.
Lucy has a bundle of creativity. She formed her play-doh into some “food,” and after
awhile she exclaimed with a sigh and a smile, “I’m full!”
Lucy eagerly awaits her opportunity to have a forever family who will take her hand for a
life time. We know her future is bright! Lucy, you are loved!
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