This is a very special Pink Saturday. Beverly at How Sweet The Sound, our P.S. hostess has teamed up with Kelee Katillac and several others to help raise money for an awesome organization. Please watch this video. Then visit How Sweet The Sound and the Design Gives Back site and as many of the other sites as you can. You and I can help to give hope to another individual or family just by leaving a simple comment. Please read the tips below from Kelee to see how you can help.
Here are some suggestions of how it works from our friend Kelee Katillac at the Katillac Shack:
"There will be many places for folks to help earn donations by JOINING - Commenting - Like ' ing - Or Posting. Here is how it works in 4 WAYS:
1) Comments: Comments at any of the host blogs earn $1 each
2) Joining Google Friend Connect: We are creating our volunteer blogger roster of the future thru Google Friend Connect it will be up on Wednesday.
We will Donate $1 for each person that joins Design Gives Back Google Friend Connect PLEASE come by Wednesday and be the first to connect! :):)
3) Facebook: "Liking" Design Gives Back/ or Guideposts Facebook earns .50 each/ donation from us comments earn $1
4) Anyone that does a post with something positive, uplifting, spiritual or miraculous and a link to the video or embedded video and link to us will earn a $5 donation from us to the charities!!! ----They must email us the link to their post.--- So it gets counted.
Bless your 1,000 Times.....
HUGS with Gratitude and Anticipation!
Before you leave I want to share our personal blessing with you. At times I'm baffled about coincidences and the timing of life events. My husband has had a brain tumor for well over ten years. Recently we were told there is a change in the tumor. On Wednesday, August 10 he had surgery for a biopsy and debulking of a brain mass. You may be thinking, "How is that a blessing?" It is a blessing because the surgery went well and he was taken out of ICU to a regular hospital room Thursday afternoon. He may be coming home Saturday! It will take a while until the final pathology reports come back. We know it is a high grade tumor but we are hopeful that it will respond to radiation and chemotherapy treatments.