Tomorrow at church we are excited to host folks from the Free Wheelchair Mission. Their mission is to transform lives through mobility. http://www.freewheelchairmission.org/ This Sunday the Founder and President, Don Schoendorfer will be with us. It is a Christian nonprofit organization. We are really excited to hear him speak. They are able to construct a wheelchair out of a molded plastic patio chair. It is amazing, comfortable for sitting in for long periods of time and washable. One chair costs under $52.00 to make and deliver. In 2008 our church provided 124 wheelchairs to individuals in need. We will also have African singers performing and there is also a local artist, who is a paraplegic that paints holding a paintbrush in his mouth that has donated lithographs of a painting he created to the mission. This Sunday there will be a potluck after the 11 a.m. service for the African singers and their families. Although we are not attending the potluck I wanted to make some African themed cupcakes for the kids. I made a double batch tonight and attempted to swirl the colors of icing. Although I think I may have needed to use frosting with a bit more contrast in colors I think the results were not half bad for a first attempt. I found some really cute Wilton Jungle Pal Icing Decorations at Zurchers today to top the cupcakes. I sure hope the kids enjoy them tomorrow. Now it’s time to clean up all that frosting and dust the powered sugar off myself. What a mess such tiny treats make!