She started a couponing page to help out women in my old neighborhood. Her goal is to help and teach many of these women who come from very low income families to save when they shop.
She has been doing it for a few months now and was getting quite a few request for her to start a facebook page so that her information would be easy for them to access.
Now that she has her page and her abundance of loot, she is thinking about starting off a good 'ole fashioned raffle. The raffle item will be a basket full of loot (home goods, make up and some toiletries). The raffle entry will be just $1 per entry, up to $5 for 7 entries.
All one has to do is like her page and follow the instructions that she posts. The money she raises will help her earn money and hopefully help her build smaller baskets to give away to needy families in her town.
Please go find her page and like it on facebook. Find it at this link
I also hope you all take a chance and enter for your chance to win. I'll post the winner here!
He is so smart, he asks so many questions, he's always ready to answer any of your questions. He's charismatic, he's beautiful, he's perfect but, he is definitely a pain in my ass. HAHA. No but seriously, he is so smart that he knows just what to say to contradict anything I've told him. He loves to argue his point. He argues so much that we cant help but laugh at his crazy little remarks. We know that one day he will be an amazing attorney.
God, I love my little boy!
I know others who have lost their children prematurely. Some have lost their children to cancer, some to premature birth, some to miscarriages, and some to terrible accidents. Two women I know had the unfortunate and very heart breaking opportunity to give birth to a still born baby, then have to put on a smile for their other children as they buried the baby they carried in their womb for nine months.
I on the other hand was able to bring all three of my children home, and for this I thank God every day. I dare not take for granted the gift God has given me each time. I will just keep answering my sons never ending questions, I will try my hardest not to get angry when he responds in defiance. I will continue to hold back my laughter when he says a curse word that he undoubtedly learned from me.
I will love him and every fiber in his little being until the day I die and into eternity.
My children, are my life, their beauty and their flaws.
For the last two weeks or so, my son keeps asking me to draw an assoletrain. (Giggling as I type) I ask him over and over what he's talking about, but he just says the same thing over and over. I've asked him not to say it when we're out in public, but he does. He's said it loudly in the toy section of the store, he'll say it in the car. The girls' eyes always pop out of their heads as they hold in their laughter when he says it. Can any one guess what he's trying to say? Because up until a minute ago, I seriously thought he picked up a curse word somewhere... Lol!!
The answer is Astro train from the transformers cartoon of the 1980's!!