“It is everyone’s duty to get out there and give the world a reason to dance!” ~ Kid President. This video has been flying around the web but if you haven’t seen it yet (and even if you have) you need to watch this kid!
I’m really excited about some changes that are going to be happening around here on the blog. For starters I actually have a blogging schedule! Meaning you can expect at least two posts a week from me. Also I’m going to be collaborating with some other people to bring new and improved content to the blog. Oh and this blog is going to get a makeover! Although I can’t tell you about that till later. Anyways hopefully I’m going to be doing some link love once a month around here. I hope you’ll enjoy it!
Even though I’m 24 I still sometimes stick a little red one of these in my hair. And the fact that I can’t find my “collection” from the 90′s makes me sad…
My mouth just started watering…and it’s actually something I can eat! Did someone say chocolate?!
You probably have this in your kitchen for baking but I put it on my wrists instead.
I’m sure that drinking my daily cup of tea out of all that color would make it more fun.
We have quite a few bridges where I live… and this print shows them off nicely.
These help me pretend that I’m actually good at calligraphy…
UPDATE ON HOSANNA: I know today’s post is mostly fun but I do want to talk to you for a moment about Hosanna. For those of you that just started reading he is one of “my” kiddos in India. He is ten years old and has Leukemia. I’ll let my friend Paige explain more now:
As you already know, Hosanna’s sister, Grace, is not a bone marrow transplant match for Hosanna. So, we hit a wall in the traditional medical field. We were disappointed because we wanted to have something to hope in that we could do. Hosanna’s mom is an amazing woman and she said, “We just have to trust in God for his healing.” She has amazing faith.
After some research and communication with our director, we decide to take a step of faith by using a doctor of Ayurvedic medicine. Hosanna is currently doing Ayurvedic treatment for the next 3 days. He traveled to another state in India, just North of Andrah Pradesh, met with this doctor and received medicine for the treatment. He is at home and his mom was given instructions as to how to administer the pills. Our staff is also checking on Hosanna daily.
I would like to ask all of you who pray to join us in a day of prayer. All of the kids have been praying for Hosanna and we would like you to join us this Thursday, February 7th, for a Day of Prayer for Hosanna. We believe that when 2 or more are praying in agreement for something, changes happen. Thursday will be his last day of treatment and we would like to ask God to use the medicine to heal Hosanna’s body. We will start praying at 8:30pm on Wednesday night (10am in India) through 8:30pm on Thursday night. The children will be praying while we are sleeping. We will have the whole 24 hours covered.
If you are the praying type then please consider joining us! We would so appreciate it!