Hope, and why you should never give up on it.A while back,about 3 months ago, I shared to many of you a long story of what was going on my life and what it was doing to me. I had several family issues, work, and most importantly, I had one of my closest friends walk out of my life with no warning. As much as this left me reeling, I did my best to move forward and continue on with life. As most of my close friends (and mutual friends of said individual) know, this wasn't easy not only for me, but for them as well.Hope, and why you should never give up on it. by farondk
But try as I did to move on, not a single day went by where I wasn't thinking of this person. I was trying to figure out what I did, what I said, and more importantly, what could I do to fix the situation. But since I couldn't answer the first questions, nor did I know if it was even possible to fix, I would just ultimately give up in my efforts ot fixing it. But a good friend of mine, RebelATS, told me once that I should never give up hope, and that with it, pretty much anything is possible in time. So, while every
Holiday Card Project 2013 Wrap-UpHoliday Card Project 2013 Wrap-Up by madizzlee
The Holiday Card Project returned in 2013, and it was a total hit! We received over 5,000 cards from 2,000 deviants in more than 60 different countries! A ton of deviants reached out to us, interested in helping to distribute cards to their local hospitals! With these volunteers' help, we distributed cards to 22 hospitals in the US and abroad!
The majority of the hospitals we worked with distributed the cards themselves, either through their own volunteers or by placing cards on the food trays of patients. We received letters of thanks from some hospitals, and a few even shared our cards on their Facebook pages! One thing all of the hospitals and patients had in common: they loved your cards!
One of our biggest surprises this year came from Bank of America! A deviant who works there got word of our project and told some people around the cor
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