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December 19-22 2008

Laura: On December 19, I was especially thankful for the work that my parents do to keep our house so nice and clean and cheery all the time. They always work their her hardest to give us a nice home. So, I folded all of the laundry that was waiting in baskets in the basement. There was a lot! It was challenging, but I know that my parents do even more challenging things everyday to make me happy.

Over the weekend, I spent a lot of time playing in the snow with my sister. I have to admit that I really didn’t want to because it was freezing with a capital “F”! But I was thankful for all of the things Nina does for me and she loves to play in the snow. She’d stay out there all day if she could, and I didn’t want her to be lonely.

I’m grateful that we’ve had TWO SNOW DAYS over the last four days! Tomorrow is the last day of school before break, and I’m looking forward to that. I’m really excited to give my family the gifts I got them too.

Remember that if you’ve been working to make a difference this month, just let me know by leaving me a comment or sending me an email at twentyfivedays@gmail.com. I will announce the winner who made the most difference on Christmas night, and I’ll be spending some time in the new year doing service work for their favorite charity.


2 Responses

  1. I’ve done a few things. I registered with the National Marrow Donor Program. I gave a lot of pumped breastmilk to another mother who was having trouble feeding her baby. And I am in the process of getting screened to be an official milk donor. The milk is important for certain high-risk babies without mothers who can provide it.

    These are small things, but I am pleased to be able to do them.

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