http://vimeo.com/95582323 War ravages Syria for a fourth year. People are forced to flee the country at an estimated rate of three people escaping Syria every minute. At this rate, the newly opened Azraq refugee camp is expected to reach capacity quickly . Azraq opened two weeks ago after the Za’atari camp was full. An estimated 100,000 […]Read More Neil Gaiman Visits Syrian Refugees In Jordan
George Saunders, a New York Times bestselling author of short stories, novellas, essays and children’s’ books gave a commencement speech lat year at Syracuse. His speech was published by the New York Times, and, like the dreaded pollen torturing my allergies, it scattered all over the place. On Tuesday that speech became a 64-page book […]Read More The Importance of Kindness
Are you doing anything to celebrate Earth Day? Planting a tree? Sharing a ride? Starting your own recycling program? Re-purposing or reusing something instead of throwing it away? Planting a garden? My planned Earth Day project was to start my own vegetable garden. However, my allergies made that impossible this year. My lovely sister is […]Read More Happy Earth Day!
Random Acts of Kindness 2013 is coming to an end. I’m equally disappointed it is over and relieved to be finished. For anyone who missed out on what I’ve been up to, check out this post. For my birthday, I did 37 Random Acts of Kindness. (Let’s not discuss how random they actually were considering […]Read More Random Acts of Kindness 2013 Comes to a Close
T-six days and counting…. Well, folks, I’m on my last few days of Random Acts of Kindness 2013. That means that you only have a few days left for you to submit your own kind acts in the Be Kind…Win Stuff contest. Don’t forget to enter to win an autographed copy of Jim Stovall’s […]Read More T-Six Days and Counting…Random Acts of Kindness 2013 Countdown