Walk for LifeSaturday, October 1Columbia, SCIt's hard to see because the light wasn't cooperating, but the massof people walking up the hill ahead of me was nothing short of impressive.
One of the things I love most about the online community is the way it facilitates people from all over to come together for a common cause, such ashttp://tinyurl.com/etsyforavaWhen my friends Amy and Kati heard about Ava Hunter, a little girl battling brain cancer, they decided to call upon all their Etsy friends to raise… Continue reading Etsy for Ava
...let's talk about all the good things, all the great things that may be. Let's talk about books. Let's talk about books. (I wasn't kidding when I said I could write new lyrics to any song.)Do you remember what your favorite book was as a child? Sadly, a lot of children can't tell you what… Continue reading Let’s talk about books, baby, let’s talk about kids reading…
Boy, has it been a week! Thank goodness it's almost over. My mental/creative batteries are in serious need of recharging, so I've honestly got nothing today. In lieu of humoring me here, I hope you'll take a moment to get to know my more serious side and visit 24/Savvy to learn about one of my… Continue reading Wishes for a happy weekend
A huge thank you to everyone for both your financial and emotional support as I (and Hubby) geared up for today's Memory Walk.We doubled our original goal and quadrupled the amount from the first time we walked, raising $823 this year. WOW.To say we're pleased is an understatement, but we're not stopping there. It's our… Continue reading Thank you!
So many of you were generous in your efforts to help me raise money for the Memory Walk (we reached our goal with three weeks to spare--rock on! or maybe I should say walk on?) that I wanted to return the favor.MonicaMcNeill's family is sponsoring a virtual food drive to benefit the North Texas Food… Continue reading A helping hand