In everything we do, we should ask God for wisdom and patience. Waiting on the Lord is a humbling experience. Dealing with the world demands great tolerance and understanding. "For this is the day that the Lord has made," I will be glad and rejoice in it " That's why we see something blue at the end of each of God's blessed days. This book demonstrates difficult experiences that a boy and a girl go through at an early age and that is how their faith is developed. The author is a lifetime student of God's word the bible. In the past she has served as Sunday school teacher, Prison ministry and Senior's ministry helper. Professionally, she is works at a local nursing home. She is devoted to her family, church and education. Her major in college is in Sociology and Behavioral Sciences earning a Bachelor's degree from Metropolitan State College of Denver. Her grand children absorb much of her time and energy and they are paramount in her life. These children are the reason for her desire to publish stories in book form. The author is found singing praises to God and playing her guitar whenever the opportunity arises. Her husband Anthony Mataya is very prayerful, helpful and supportive in her efforts in preparing what we hope will be a family legacy. He is the boy in this story of Grandma Fagg. Likewise, the author herself is the girl in the, "Funny Girl" story. Mikelle A. Bryant-Mataya, is the writer and illustrator of her second book called, "I See Something Blue." The stories featured in this book are called, "Funny Girl" and "Grandma Fagg." Her first book was published in December 2009, it is called, "The Baby Giraffe."