Day 3: For the first time, I visited the new and very lovely Ronald McDonald House that serves as a temporary housing facility for families and their children who are undergoing medical treatment, typically from out of town. The tour blew me away with the neat Ronald McDonald room that even included a large M headboard (insanity) and some of the best and most colorful paintings I have ever seen. The facility was very cozy with a fireplace, sofas, low lighting, a clean kitchen, and well laid out dining area. There were even kids' playrooms downstairs and a library. I was truly impressed with this building and high quality is definitely apparent here. As for volunteering, we made St. Patty's Day necklaces and decorated mugs. Yes, I made a PCW mug. Don't judge me! We also provided dinner for the kids and families. I hope and pray that these children have a safe and speedy recovery. This is for sure a place I will be returning to soon!