There were a lot of people there, the biggest crowd they've had yet.
The had a harpist playing beautiful music. It was a nice day although quite windy, check out her hair.
We got there early because I didn't know where to park and wanted to make sure we had time to walk in case we had to hike a few blocks.
So the kids had time to lay in the shade in the grass before it all started.
Baby brought Froggy, I think he needed a little extra support this day.
Here's Middle Child leaning on the wall, patiently waiting to see Calvin's name. It was so busy we left, ate lunch, and came back later to get pictures.
Like I said it was a warm day so the kids played in the fountain when we came back.
Middle Child and Cousin T were playing just a little in the water.
Baby had to get soaked. It's just his style.
I had never seen the Donor Memorial before. I thought it was really neat looking. There are a lot of names etched on the surface.
A friend of our's donated a kidney to her brother last year. We got a picture of her name too.
Then we finally got a decent picture of Calvin's name. While the monument is beautiful it's hard to get pictures.
It was really neat to see his name in print, honoring his donation. It'll be there whenever anyone wants to come and see it.
And we even managed to get on TV again, without even trying and without our knowledge. Someone else pointed it out to us. Check around the 30 second mark.