I am so excited about today’s giveaway.
When I first heard about Same Sky, I thought that the company sounded great. But when I got to really know what the brand is about and met a lot of the people involved, I completely fell in love.
FCB Brazil created a “Speaking Exchange” project for CNA language schools. As you can see in the video, Brazilian youths and elderly Americans living in retirement homes are placed on a video web chat; it is there that language technique is developed. However, the most noticeable and poignant part of these conversations is when you see the development of human relationships begin to occur.… Keep Reading!!!
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This week we bring you The Red Fred Project:
The Red Fred Project is a collaborative, story-making endeavor to publish 50 books created by 50 children with critical illnesses across the 50 states.
The idea is to allow these… Keep Reading!!!
On our final day at the Aregash Lodge in Ethiopia, the owner came over and said, “God works in mysterious ways… The Water Minister of Ethiopia surprised me with a visit today. He came all the way from Addis Ababa.”
We held an impromptu meeting at the lodge where the minister and his associates sat and watched a filter demonstration. This was the first … Keep Reading!!!
Probably before, but ever since Time Magazine’s “Mom Enough” cover came out, people have been labeling parenting practices that are similar to or in alignment with “attachment parenting” as extreme. Most of us laughed it off because there was a clear disconnect between what the families’ lives were actually like in these “extreme parenting” scenarios and what society thought went on in their homes. It was (and still is) such a foreign concept to so many Americans, that the general … Keep Reading!!!
We had the Waves for Awassa Event in Los Angeles on World AIDS Day. (December 1)
When he was done speaking, a couple who attended (fellow adoptive parents, but that is all I will say so that they can remain … Keep Reading!!!
As most of you know, we are working with Waves for Water on a clean water project to bring rural Argisa, Ethiopia much needed filters to create access to safe drinking water. We were recently updated on the severity of the water related diseases of the area. What we were told has made us realize that time is of the essence. We are now trying to bring 100 filters to the area as soon as possible to prevent any more … Keep Reading!!!