Weekly Dose Post #318

This is stuff I found while browsing the net. Check back every Monday for more… Joke of the Week: A college professor asked each of his students “What inspired you to write this essay?” One student replied, “The due date.”   Weird Fact of the Week: Singer Justin Beiber gave Ellen DeGeneres a lock of […]

Weekly Dose Post #312

This is stuff I found while browsing the net. Check back every Monday for more…   Joke of the Week: What did Cinderella say to the photographer? Some day my prints will come.   Weird Fact of the Week: Copper bracelets have been worn for hundreds of years in the belief of reducing or helping […]

Goodie Goodie Gumdrops

 Guess what came in the mail today? A new photo of my sponsor child Carolina and her annual progress report. It says that her favorite subject in school is Art (check out the pretty flowers she colored). Her best friend is named Oscar. Favorite color is red and she enjoys playing soccer. Carolina is currently […]

A True Inspiration

 I just stumbled across the cutest charity site. All you need to do is answer a dog trivia question once a day. Whether you answer correctly or not they will donate dog and cat food to animal shelters just for participating. This process makes donating easy, quick, fun and FREE!  “Every dog and cat deserves a decent […]

Weekly Dose Post #17

This is stuff I found while browsing the net. Check back every Monday for more… Joke of the Week: Fred saved up his allowance money for a few weeks and decided to treat himself to some chocolate for always doing his chores. So off to the candy store he went.  “You should give that money to charity,” […]

The National Day to Help Others

Make A Difference Day is the largest national day of community service; it’s celebrated on the fourth Saturday of October and more than three million people served on the 2008 day.  HandsOnNetwork.org connects people with opportunities to serve, increases the strength of communities and promotes civic engagement.

Pink Ribbons

It’s Breast Cancer Awareness month. If you have money that you can give to any charity, I urge you to do so. Susan G. Komen for the Cure is highly recognized charity and several businesses donate a percentage of their profits. Therefore, you can contribute just by purchasing items with that recognizable pink ribbon at grocery stores nationwide. “We […]