My husband and I have been married almost 23 years (this coming October is our anniversary). I'm grateful that we are still both head-over-heels in love with one another. We still hold hands when we are walking around. We still tell each other that we love the other several times per day. We even do sweet little gestures for one another on a regular basis. For example, my husband will rub my feet for me in ... Read More about Show someone how much you love them with Love Bank
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If you are a regular reader of She Scribes you'll probably recall all the posts I have done over the years in regards to child hunger here in the United States. A few years ago I flew down to Tampa, Florida and helped out at a food bank as well as had the opportunity to visit a Feeding America food warehouse. It was truly an eye opening experience. If you are interested you can read about my ... Read More about Encourage your friends and family to join the fight the end child hunger
Now that the holiday season is upon us many people are thinking about ways they can help the "less fortunate" in their community. I think it's wonderful that people volunteer to help out at soup kitchens, and others donate their holiday turkey to a family in need. I also love that some people will adopt an entire family for the holiday season and provide them with a holiday meal and sometimes gifts for the ... Read More about How can YOU Share-a-Meal? Ideas for helping food insecure families in your community
It's summer time - a time for lounging by the pool, splashing in the waves at the beach, riding bikes, blowing bubbles, camping, making S'mores and catching fireflies. When you were a child, what things did you enjoy doing the most during the summer? For me it was spending time with my cousins, building forts in the woods, riding our bikes into town, swimming in our grandfather's pool and having ice cream ... Read More about What does it mean to have a “Childlike Summer”?
School is out for the summer for most people around the country. For most children that means playing from dawn to dusk, staying up late, sleeping in, going on vacations with their families, lazy days spent by the pool and not having a care or worry in the world. For some children summer is not necessarily a good thing. That is because they will no longer have access to free or low cost meals. This puts them ... Read More about Schools Out! Find out why this is NOT a good thing for some children #HungerFreeSummer