Making a Difference

Be it in ways big or small, I always love to see how people are making a difference.

I learned from Debbi, who blogs on 24atHeart, about another blogger taking a creative and interactive approach to helping out with the crisis in Japan.

Check out “A Moment of Seriousness and Kindness” on the Cabin Fever in Vermont blog.

Prayers go out for all the people in Japan as they face a massive crisis.

3/15/11, 11 PM Update:

Jen (I believe that is her name), the creative blogger at Cabin Fever in Vermont, initially planned to donate ten cents to the Red Cross for every comment that she received to her post about the crisis in Japan. Instead, she donated a dollar for each comment.

Thank you Jen, for setting an example of generosity!

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  1. That Debbi… You two are my total fave bloggers!

  2. David Titus

     /  March 16, 2011

    All relief is welcome! My son who llives in Tokyo (he & his family are safe, thank God) recommends the following website for aid organizations:

    <a href="; title="Japan earthquake and tsunami: How to help

    • Dave… so glad to hear that your family is safe. They were the first people that Ellen and I thought of after the earthquake. I hope they continue to stay safe. They in particular, (and the rest of Japan), are in our prayers!

      Thanks too, for the link to the aid organizations!


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