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"Life is lived forward, but understood backward. It is not until we are down the road and we stand on the mountain looking back through the valley that we can appreciate the terrain God has allowed us to scale.” Jill Savage

Thursday, November 29, 2012

Share the Hope with Children's Healthcare of Atlanta




Share the Hope with Children's Healthcare of Atlanta

Want to know a way you can give a child something for free?  And you don't have to live in Atlanta to do it.

Write a little note to a sick child.  IT IS SO EASY!

Love and remember 

Sandie                                   

37 comments:

  1. What a nice thing to share...

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  2. i love that flat, made me LOL twice. and that lack of passion quote is one i need to memorize and say a few times a day

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  3. A wonderful, wonderful way to share. God bless you, my friend!

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  4. Great idea, thanks for sharing!

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  5. When my children were young we always sent cards to the old folks in nursing homes and went to sing Christmas carols there every year too. There are so may ways to bring a little cheer to others. You have given a nice reminder there today to remember others.

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  6. What a great idea! I'm passing this along to IRL friends too.

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  7. Done it!
    Awww shucks, how Christmassy,snow falling as as I started reading, there came Santa! CUTE!
    Love from The upper end of Florida's Trunpike.

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  8. Isn't that sweet...

    but you know, I thought it meant a real note, on real note paper, and sent through the real mail. -sigh-

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  9. Great idea! Love the joke....cute!

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  10. Great idea, I am sharing! Thanks for your visit and comment on my blog!

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  11. Lack of passion is fatal! CC; my blog is 'on hold' until I decide what to do; they are asking for $ as I have met their picaso photo hosting limit.
    lg :-)

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  12. Hi Sandie...I sent a message right away. What a nice idea. Thanks for doing that!

    Hilarious flat tire Santa joke. Poor tire!

    Take care and I hope you have a terrific day! Susan

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  13. Sandie I think this is awesome! You are so giving my friend! Big hugs! Oh and the Santa flying across the screen just made my day!!!

    love you,
    Linda

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  14. what a wonderful idea, Sandie. Thanks for passing this along.

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  15. I shall do this, Sandie!! Thanks for telling us about it!!!

    betty

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  16. Sandie! that's fun! what a great idea. I sent my wishes and hopes off into cyberspace.

    I love the Christmas lights on the top. so festive....

    So you think my clouds were the Yin and Yang of the sky, huh? fun!!!
    Well I guess that's a way to look at it.

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  17. You give me so many words for my "wall of inspiration". Thank you.

    Each of us will be writing a letter! Wonderful idea! Thanks for passing this on Sandie. :)
    Hugs,
    Marie

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  18. You give me so many words for my "wall of inspiration". Thank you.

    Each of us will be writing a letter! Wonderful idea! Thanks for passing this on Sandie. :)
    Hugs,
    Marie

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  19. Yes, cards mean a lot. It's a good idea. We send adult friends a lot via Internet but the kids love mail to open, especially the ones in the hospitals, etc.

    Have nice day, Sandie.
    ..

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  20. that card is adorable!

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  21. Reminds me of when my daughter was young, they used to dance at the nursing homes.

    Love the card!

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  22. A flat ha ha. Great way to share! Hope you have a great day.

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  23. That's a great way to do something! Thanks!

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  24. Great idea! Love the flat!
    *hugs*deb

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  25. That is a fabulous idea. Easy and affordable.

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  26. What a lovely way to share. I like your new blog layout with santa 'flying' by. Big hugs x

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  27. What a wonderful idea ... I've bookmarked that page ... I will have the Ts tomorrow, and I think that each one of them can send a message of hope!

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  28. Oh what a great thing to do Sandie!! I love that idea.

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  29. thank you for sharing this. I do this for our troops also.

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  30. Cute little Christmas 'doodlies' on your blog. I will change my blog to a Christmas one on the 1st.

    Great place to share the love of Christmas, Sandie. Sick children would appreciate it!!!

    Thanks for the great idea.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  31. A simple thing to bring such pleasure to a child. Wonderful thought.
    Sorry I missed so many entries, but am about to read them all.
    I'll catch up too.
    BlessingsSandie

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  32. That quote is so true. I like the lights.

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  33. I like the idea....and you can also add to the list, writing to an elderly one who may be hospitalized or alone in some nursing care.

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  34. Definitely something we can all do!

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  35. This is the time of year full of opportunities to reach out and cheer up someone or help with their needs...this is a really good idea...:) Your blog is adorable....

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  36. Haa...aa the trouble with reindeer!

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  37. Haa...aa the trouble with reindeer!

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I appreciate each and every comment. I look and feel that each one is a gift!!