*Special Note- This post you are about to read was crafted a week on a late night blogging binge ;). It was on my heart so much that I had to write it. I know so many of us are struggling and feeling the financial crunch, but if we can help just one child, it would make world of difference. Also, imagine my lovely surprise literally the next day when I read of not one, but two young ladies who gave their birthdays and wishes up in order to benefit others. Please read their story as well: Kaitlin and Rachel.
The last few days have been purely superficial. I have had a lot of fun sharing with you all some of the things that I have fallen in love with over the internet.
Perhaps you have found new favorites. Perhaps not.
But today I come to you asking for a huge birthday gift. But the gift isn't for me.
It is for a child locked in the struggle of poverty. A child, through no fault of their own, waking up in mud huts in india, walking barefoot and taking care of their baby brothers and sisters due to losing their parents to AIDS in Africa. They are the most innocent of all beings and I am asking, the day before my 30th birthday if you would help.
Compassion International is determined to change the life of a child in poverty. Dan and I are so blessed to sponsor a beautiful little girl in India.
If you are able, would you consider helping a child? Compassion can't do this without its sponsors, so imagine the opportunity to be a part of a movement to end poverty.
If you are unable to commit to giving each month, there are plenty of ways you can still give and help Compassion. Feel free to click on my Compassion sidebar to obtain more information!
Many thanks and blessings to each of you!! And thank you for being a part of my 30th birthday. I so appreciate it and love each of you that stops by to read my little corner of the internet.