Monday, December 31, 2012

New Years Eve....

We would like to wish our Earth-Kidz community, full of friends and family, a very Happy New Year and we hope you had a wonderful Holiday Season. May the season have blessed you all with fun, family, friends, and happy memories! Whatever you celebrate, we hope you had a Happy Holiday. Thank you for another fantastic year here at and we are looking forward to spending 2013 with you.....

GoodBye 2012!

2012 is about to come to a close and there were so many things that happened during 2012 some good and some bad.

Royal Wedding Presidential Election Olympics Hurricane Sandy NASA Ends The World Did Not End

So many things happened this year and so many more will happen next year. Everyone will make resolutions that they will not stick with, so this year why don't we try things a bit different. Instead of making a bunch of resolutions let's just make 3 and really stick with them.....

Friday, December 21, 2012

Welcome Winter...

According to
n the United States and the rest of the northern hemisphere, the first day of the winter season is the day of the year when the Sun is farthest south (on December 21st or 22nd). This day is known as the Winter Solstice.

The declination of the Sun on the winter solstice is known as the tropic of capricorn (-23° 27'). In the Southern hemisphere, winter and summer solstices are exchanged so that the winter solstice is the day on which the Sun is farthest north.

A common misconception is that the earth is further from the sun in winter than in summer. Actually, the Earth is closest to the sun in December which is winter in the Northern hemisphere.

As the Earth travels around the Sun in its orbit, the north-south position of the Sun changes over the course of the year because of the changing orientation of the Earth's tilted rotation axes. The dates of maximum tilt of the Earth's equator correspond to the Summer Solstice and Winter Solstice, and the dates of zero tilt to the Vernal Equinox and Autumnal Equinox.

The reason for these changes has to do with the Earth's yearly trip around the sun. For part of the year the Earth's North Pole points away from the sun and part of the time toward it. This is what causes our seasons. When the North Pole points toward the sun, the sun's rays hit the northern half of the world more directly. That means it is warmer and we have summer.

The day of the winter solstice is the shortest day of the year. The length of time elapsed between sunrise and sunset on this day is a minimum for the year. In the United States, there are only about 9½ hours of daylight on this day.

At latitude 40 degrees north, the earliest sunset of the year occurs around December 8, and latest sunrise occurs around January 5. The day with the least amount of daylight (the first day of winter), occurs around December 21. Why are all these dates not the same? For a detailed explanation, see The Dark Days of Winter at the U.S. Naval Observatory web site.

Monday, December 17, 2012

Bake Cookie Day.......

Bake Cookies Day

December 18th

Bake Cookies day is for EVERYONE!

Bake Cookies Day comes at an opportune time. It right amidst the major December holidays. It serves as a reminder to bake holiday cookies, if you haven't done so already.

Young and old celebrate this day by baking their favorite cookies. Make a party of it, and bake cookies in groups with family, friends, kids and grandkids. Don't stop at baking just one kind of cookies. Plan to bake a number of cookies. Try a new recipe, or two, or three, or....

If you bake more than you can eat, good for you! Wrap up gift trays filled with cookies for friends and neighbors. Many cookies freeze well, too.

8 Facts of Hanukkah 7 & 8

7. HANNUKAH FOODS Fried foods are traditional during Hanukkah, in remembrance of the sacred oil. Popular fried foods are Latkes (potato pancakes) and Sufganiyot (sweet jelly- filled doughnuts).

8. FAMILY CELEBRATION As in many other celebrations of many other cultures, Hanukkah is about family. It's a joyous time of year when those you love gather together to share food, blessings, and music, as the traditions are passed on through the ages.

Friday, December 14, 2012

This is So Tinsel!!!!!

Volunteering is so much fun!!!!!!!!

8 Facts of Hanukkah # 6.......


During Hanukkah, Jewish children enjoying playing with a toy called a dreidel, which is similar to a top. The dreidel has four sides and features the Hebrew letters nun, gimel, hay, and shin. These letters stand for the Hebrew phrase Nes Gadol Hayah Sham, "A great miracle happened there." The game is played with candy. The player who has all the candy in the end is the winner.

Thursday, December 13, 2012

Chat with a Live Elf.................

OMG!!!! (Oh My Gingerbread)

Elf Live is Fraboom’s new Online Live Event (find out what that is here) where you and your kids talk to a real live Elf who will help you make a wishlist for Santa, play games, draw and share pictures, and get into the Christmas spirit! All this Christmas fun and it doesn’t cost a dime? What?! I know! See, now you’re excited, too, and you understand why we had to jump in early.

The best thing about Elf Live is that it is a fantastic place to be together. We at Fraboom are all about getting parents and kids together. Elf Live in particular is an easy way to get the conversation started to discuss what Christmas means to you, your kids, and how and why you celebrate as a family.

Donate Food..........

Every Can Counts...............

This Holiday even more families are struggling, we can help. Even one can of food makes a difference. There are many places you can donate food items.

Local Churches Schools Library Grocery Stores Food Pantry

Families should never go hungry but especially not during the holiday's..

8 Facts of Hanukkah # 5......


As part of the celebration, children received gelt (Yiddish term for "money") during each of the eight days in order for them to learn about charity. More recently, the tradition of children receiving a small gift each of the eight nights has become more popular. This gift giving is frequently associated with the Christian Christmas tradition of gift giving.

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Donate a Toy...............

The holidays are fast approaching, and the world is struggling to make ends meet. If you are one of the lucky ones to be able to offer a helping hand, I have a great way for you to make an impact on a child's life.

1. Toys for Tots have been sponsored by the Marine Corps for many years. They began collecting toys in 1947. It was the brain child of Major Bill Hendricks (USMCR) wife, Diane. She had made a doll by hand and wanted to give it to an agency to pass on to a needy child, but when they discovered that none existed, she told her husband to start one. The pilot program was so successful that the Marines adopted the program and from there it made it way across the U.S. Their slogan is "to bring the joy of Christmas to America's needy children". One thing that most people don't know is that Walt Disney himself designed the logo that is still in use today. This is a not-for-profit organization. Donation campaigns begin in October and run until December 22nd. Toys are then given out to the children on the 23rd and 24th. The success of this charity lies with the public and their willingness to donate and continue to donate through the years. They usually have drop locations at retail stores such as Target, Wal-Mart, Malls and other stores where toys can be purchased. You can also donate through their website

2. Another good place to donate toys would be your local churches. Most churches if not all accept donations of toys, clothes, food and money to help the needy especially near the holidays. Nobody wants to go without during the holidays and for children to understand the reality of having what everybody else has is a harsh reality for too many. Check with any church in your area to see if they accept donations.

3. Wal-Mart is another place to make donations. Every year around the time of the holidays they will have a box or display near the front of the store for shoppers to make purchases of toys, coats, hats, gloves and socks for the needy in the community. It is so easy to grab any type of toy off the shelf while you are doing your own holiday shopping and drop it in the box on your way out. You don't even have to wrap it.

4. You can also check with your local hospitals. Children are sick year round, especially those that are battling a chronic disease and are stuck in the hospital during the holidays. You can make their stay a little more comfortable by helping them to celebrate Christmas with a nice, new toy. Being away from home and fighting an illness is bad enough, but to do it during the holidays can bring long lasting sorrows. A lot of families have used up all of their cash reserves on hospital bills and cannot afford the simple luxuries of toys for their children.

8 Facts of Hanukkah # 4


The Macabees wanted to rededicate their temple by lighting the "eternal flame," but they only had enough consecrated oil to burn for one day. Miraculously, that little bit of oil lasted for eight days until more purified oil could be found. Today, Jewish families light candles or burn oil in a candelabra called a "menorah" for the eight days of Hanukkah, adding one candle each day. The special "helper candle" used to light the rest of the candles each night is called the Shamash. On the first night, the Shamash plus one other candle are lit. On the second night, the Shamash plus two candles are lit. This process is continued on through the eight nights. The eight-day lighting of the candles commemorates the eight-day miracle of the oil.

Sunday, December 9, 2012

8 Facts of Hanukkah #3


Hanukkah is celebrated for eight days and nights, starting on the 25th in the month of Kislev on the Hebrew calendar. Since the Hebrew calendar is lunar rather than solar, Hanukkah falls on a different day each year, anywhere from November to early January on the standard calendar.

December 9, 2012.................

Christmas Card Day:

It's Christmas Card Day so make sure you go to the local retail store and buy your Christmas Card! We all know that multi box Christmas Cards sale out first in retail stores so make sure you get them today.

Origin of this Holiday
Our research did not find the creator, or the origin of this day.
This holiday is referred to as a "National" day.  However, we did not find any congressional records or presidential proclamations for this day. Even though we didn't, this is still a holiday that is publicized to celebrate.
So have fun with it and celebrate it!

National Pastry Day

It’s National Pastry Day! Did you know that pastries have been around since 2600 B.C.? The Egyptians made doughnut-like pastries out of crude flour and honey, and then dipped them in wine.
In the 7th century, pastry-making developed as a culinary art form in the Middle East. It spread to Europe after the Crusades, and French and Italian chefs developed their own version of the recipes and experimented with new techniques. There are now many different types of pastry including shortcrust, flaky, puff, choux, and phyllo.

Saturday, December 8, 2012

National Brownie Day........

National Brownie Day.............

December 8, 2012

Relax and enjoy a rich, fudge brownie in honor of the occasion. Many sources say that brownies originated in New England during the early twentieth century, but there are many variations to the tale.

8 Facts of Hanukkah #2


The guttural sound of the Hebrew letters cannot be duplicated by the English alphabet. For this reason, there are many spellings of this holiday in English and all are correct.

8 Facts of Hanukkah....


The history of Hannukah predates Christmas. Antiochus, the Greek King of Syria, outlawed Jewish rituals and ordered the Jews to worship Greek gods. Most Jews were angry and decided to fight back. In 165 B.C.E, the Jewish Maccabees managed to drive the Syrian army out of Jerusalem and reclaim their temple. Hanukkah is the celebration of this victory. In history, Hanukkah has been a minor holiday, only gaining in popularity since the late 1800's. In Hebrew, the word "Hanukkah" means "dedication."

Learn More About Hanukkah.....

Thursday, December 6, 2012

In 2012 Hanukkah will begin on 8th December. What is Hanukkah? Hanukkah (also known as Chanukah) is the Jewish Festival of Lights and lasts eight days. It usually falls in late November or December.

According to Jews celebrate Hanukkah to commemorate the Miracle of the Oil. The Hebrew word Hanukkah means "dedication". Over 2000 years ago, in 165 BC, the Jews in Judea rebelled against their Syrian ruler, Antiochus, because he insisted that all Jewish people must worship Greek Gods. After three hard years of fighting, the Jews defeated Antiochus and, to celebrate, they restored the Temple of Jerusalem - which had been taken over by the Syrians - and rededicated it to their God.

As part of the celebrations they lit an oil lamp which should have been kept burning all the time, even though they could only find enough oil to keep it burning for one night. But a miracle occurred, and the oil lamp stayed lit for eight days, which was the time it took to make new oil for the lamp. This was the Miracle of the Oil.

It was then declared that every year, Jews would remember the day with an eight-day Festival of Lights and celebrate the miracle of the oil by placing eight candles in a Menorah (a special candlestick) and lighting one candle for each evening of the celebration. Electric lights are sometimes used, especially where where an open flame might be dangerous, such as a hospital room. The Hanukkah lights are meant to remind those walking by the home about the holiday’s miracle, so the Menorah is displayed at a prominent window or near the front door.

During Hanukkah, people exchange gifts and give to the poor and needy.

Pear Harbor Day....

The Pearl Harbor Day Page In Memoriam: At dawn on Sunday, December 7, 1941, naval aviation forces of the Empire of Japan attacked the United States Pacific Fleet center at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii and other military targets. The goal of this attack was to sufficiently cripple the US Fleet so that Japan could then attack and capture the Phillipines and Indo-China and so secure access to the raw materials needed to maintain its position as a global military and economic power. This would enable Japan to further extend the empire to include Australia, New Zealand, and India (the ultimate boundaries planned for the so-called "Greater East Asia Co-prosperity Sphere"). The prevailing belief within the Japanese military and political establishment was that eventually, with the then expected German defeat of Great Britain and Soviet Russia, the United States' non-involvement in the European war, and Japan's control of the Pacific, that the world power structure would stabilize into three major spheres of influence:
1.) The Empire of Japan controlling East, Southeast, and South Asia and the entire Pacific Ocean. 2.) The combined powers of Germany and Italy controlling Great Britain, all of Europe, Western and central Asia, the Middle East, and Africa. 3.) The United States, controlling North and South America. For Further Reading go to

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Ninja Day 2012........

December 5, 2012
It's the Annual Day of the Ninja. As popular as these masked men and women have become you might forget that in feudal Japan, ninjas were real and really sneaky. Under cover of darkness, dressed in black, ninjas were hired assassins and spies. So on this day you can dress like a ninja; at the mall, creep like a ninja; in the office, ask a ninja; and online, for one day only, ninjas go public.

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

National Cookie Day.........

December 4, 2012 is National Cookie Day
It’s National Cookie Day! Did you know that the English word "cookie" is derived from the Dutch word "koekje," which means little cake? Dutch bakers used to test oven temperatures on small amounts of batter so that they would not waste the entire cake mix if the temperature wasn't right. It was not long before they discovered that these tiny pieces of cooked batter were actually quite tasty!

Thursday, November 29, 2012

Happy Holiday's..........

December is going to be a busy month with lots of great memories. I can not wait to share them all with you.

Thursday, November 22, 2012

What Are You Thankful For?????

Think of 5 Things you are Thankful for??? Share them with the people that mean the most to you. Please feel free to post them here as well........ We are Thankful For: 1. A home 2. Our Family 3. The food we shared today 4. Helping Others 5. Not being alone

Happy Thanksgiving..........

Sunday, November 11, 2012

Happy Veterans Day............

Veterans Day.............

On the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918, an armistice, or temporary cessation of hostilities, was declared between the Allied nations and Germany in the First World War, then known as "the Great War." Commemorated as Armistice Day beginning the following year, November 11th became a legal federal holiday in the United States in 1938. In the aftermath of World War II and the Korean War, Armistice Day became Veterans Day, a holiday dedicated to American veterans of all wars.

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Halloween Safety................

Kids look forward to Halloween for many reasons. They like the dressing up in costumes but the mostly they like it for the candy and treats!

Trick or Treating should be one of the great adventures of Halloween for kids! They can get dressed in scary costumes and go door to door, begging "Tricks or Treats!" from neighbors or at the local mall. Lots of small towns have a Halloween Safe Night at the community center or school so kids can Trick-or-Treat safely but going door to door is the stuff of childhood memories! It should be a fun time, without trouble and pain, so following some easy tips can keep your child safe every Halloween.

Children should always go out trick or treating accompanied by a responsible adult. If you have a group of kids going, the parents should choose two or three of them to go along and keep an eye on things.

Some towns set a curfew for trick or treating which makes it easier for townsfolk to know who's coming to their door. Make sure and stick to the curfew times and stick to subdivisions and areas with a lot of homes so your kids can get in as much trick or treating as possible in a few hours time.

Plan a safe route so parents know where their older kids will be at all times. Set a time for their return home. Make sure that your child is old enough and responsible enough to go out by themselves. Make sure that they have a cell phone.

Let your children know not to cut through back alleys and fields if they are out alone. Make sure they know to stay in populated areas and not to go off the beaten track. Let them know to stay in well lighted areas with lots of people around. Explain to them why it can be dangerous for kids not to do this. If they are going out alone, they are old enough to know what can happen to them in a bad situation and how to stop it from happening.

Instruct your children not to eat any treats until they bring them home to be examined by you. This way you can check for any problem candy and get the pick of the best stuff!

Instruct your child to never go into the home of a stranger or get into their car. Explain why this is not a god idea and what to do if someone approaches them and tries to talk to them.

Make sure your child carries a flashlight, glow stick or has reflective tape on their costume to make them more visible to cars.

Let them know that they should stay together as a group if going out to Trick or Treat without an adult.

Happy Halloween!!!!!!!!!!


Halloween is a time of celebration and superstition. It is thought to have originated with the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain, when people would light bonfires and wear costumes to ward off roaming ghosts. In the eighth century, Pope Gregory III designated November 1 as a time to honor all saints and martyrs; the holiday, All Saints’ Day, incorporated some of the traditions of Samhain. The evening before was known as All Hallows’ Eve and later Halloween. Over time, Halloween evolved into a secular, community-based event characterized by child-friendly activities such as trick-or-treating. In a number of countries around the world, as the days grow shorter and the nights get colder, people continue to usher in the winter season with gatherings, costumes and sweet treats.

Saturday, October 27, 2012

Make A Difference Day...........

For more than 20 years, USA WEEKEND Magazine and Points of Light have joined together to sponsor Make A Difference Day, the largest national day of community service. Millions of volunteers around the world unite in a common mission to improve the lives of others. Join us on October 27, 2012.

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Adopt A Soldier.........

Make a difference in the lives of our Service members. You will find that everyone can make a difference. It does not have to cost much, your time and support means just as much. Homemade cards, letters, and drawings mean more to our troops than you can imagine.

We have been adopting soldiers for over 6 years. Remember especially during the holidays our soldiers need to know we are thinking of them. Do not forget this is a long term commitment but we have found a program that does give you a choice. If you want to adopt a soldier for their length of deployment or make a one time commitment. or

They have both options available............. .............

Sunday, October 14, 2012

Fall My Favorite Time of Year..............

Fall is my favorite time of year a chill in the air, smells of pumpkins and turkeys in the air. Remember this is the time of year where people can use even a little extra help. Go through your closets and find a good pair of shoe, an extra coat or blanket and donate them. When you go to the grocery store pick up an extra can or boxed item and start a collection for your local food bank. You can organize one if you would like.

Sunday, September 30, 2012

Life is not always fair, but stomping your foot will not make it better. Many times we can help ourselves when we help someone else. Do you know how easy it easy to help someone? Simple Free Ways to Help.............. You can Smile!!!!!!!!! Hold the Door Open........... Offer to Help........... Be Polite........... Just do something unexpected even for someone you do not know. Color a picture, make a craft, volunteer time or supplies. The list is endless. Remember you can always do more..........


Sunday, September 23, 2012

Welcome Autumn!!!!

Autumn is one of the four temperate seasons that includes spring, summer and winter. Some people call autumn, "fall," which refers to the leaves falling off the trees during this season. The falling of the leaves begins when the leaves change colors and go from being green, to burning red, golden yellow and vivid orange. Then as autumn continues, the leaves begin to rain from the tree branches signifying the end of the harvest time. Many people in Canada, the United States, Japan, China and Korea travel around their home countries during autumn just to watch the leaves change colors and fall off the trees because it is such a beautiful site of nature.

2012Saturday, September 22

Saturday, September 22, 2012


Sometimes life can throw us many curve balls and this is something that has happened to our family. We might not been keeping up with Earth-Kidz the way we hoped but that is all about to change. We are going to be taking our lemons and making a big jug of fresh lemonade. Even during tough times it still feels great to give back!!! Follow us along a journey of new ways to make a difference.

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

9/11 We Remember!!!

The 11th anniversary is upon us and the heartbreak is still there as memories resurface. Honor them. Remember them. And teach the next generation to understand why we do. Our future freedom is their responsibility.

9/11 & The War on Terror -

Friday, June 15, 2012

Happy Father's Day

June 17th is Father's Day and it is easy to get a gift even from house hold items. You can make a card, draw a picture,  bake something special. Remember all of the important men in your life. Dad's, Grandpa's, Uncle's, Brother's, etc.

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Soldiers' Angels..............

Soldiers' Angels is a volunteer-led 501(c)(3) nonprofit with hundreds of thousands of volunteers providing aid and comfort to the men and women of the United States Army, Marines, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, veterans and their families You can Adopt A Soldier (over the past 3 years we have adopted 6) You can help a soldiers family You can help a soldier that has now returned home.

 Check Out there site:

  Hero this is a great definition

Friday, June 8, 2012

Get Ready For Summer.........

Get Ready for Summer with a Summer Film Festival..... Our Summer Picks to Kick Off the Season............

AquamarineTwo teenage girls discover a mermaid that has been washed ashore and is living in their beach club’s swimming pool. The mermaid must find true love to avoid marrying her father’s choice for a husband, and the girls must find a way to keep one of them from moving away with her mother after the summer.
MPAA Rating: PG
Runtime: 1 hr. 43 mins.

High School Musical 2

The Wildcats are back, and this time they’ve all got summer jobs at the country club owned by Sharpay’s family. When Troy starts getting a big head, all in the name of getting a college scholarship, the gang turns a cold shoulder on him. Will Troy wise up to the error of his ways?
MPAA Rating: G
Runtime: 1 hr. 51 mins.

Camp Rock

Teen Mitchie Torres finds herself attending the camp of her dreams, a prestigious music camp for aspiring musicians like herself, but only if she works in the kitchen as a cook. She gets discovered by the attractive Shane Gray (Joe Jonas) when he hears her voice and tries to figure out who the beautiful singer is.
MPAA Rating: G
Runtime: 1 hr. 34 mins.
Judy Moody and The Not So Bummer Summer
Roar! It s not bad enough that Mom and Dad are heading to California, leaving Judy and Stink with Aunt Awful (er, Opal), but now Judy s two best friends are going Splitsville, too. Just when it looks like her summer is going to be BOR-ing - eureka! - Judy comes up with the most thrill-a-delic plan ever. Get ready for a race involving tightrope walking, Scream Monster riding, and way more! Add in a treasure hunt for Judy s teacher, a midnight stakeout, a runaway ice-cream truck, and a dash of Bigfoot, and
what have you got? The Judy Moodiest summer ever!
MPAA Rating:PG



Monday, June 4, 2012

Summer of Caring and Sharing..........

What can you do this Summer for someone else, we want to hear about your plans. You can donate your time, clothing, toys, books, etc. Remember you can donate at home, on vacation, or over seas. Take time to find a cause that means something to you this makes it more special. We have many causes we like to help but we have a new one that we will unveil soon that will take center stage for us. This will be our Main Charity, we will still support many others as well. Tell us your favorite ways to give back.

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Volunteer At Your Local Library..........

This Summer Take Time to Volunteer there are many great opportunities out there depending on your age. Remember no matter what your age there is a volunteer opportunity for you or you can create your own. My brothers volunteer at our public library, I am not old enough but that does not stop me from helping out at the library from time to time. Check your local library for opportunities to help out. 

Monday, May 28, 2012

Happy Memorial Day..........

Memorial Day..........

Memorial Day, originally called Decoration Day, is a day of remembrance for those who have died in our nation's service. 

Memorial Day is observed on the last Monday of May. Many people visit cemeteries and memorials on Memorial Day and it is traditionally seen as the start of the summer season.

It is traditional to fly the flag of the United States at half mast from dawn until noon. Many people visit cemeteries and memorials, particularly to honor those who have died in military service. Many volunteers place an American flag on each grave in national cemeteries. 
Memorial Day has become less of an occasion of remembrance. Many people choose to hold picnics, sports events and family gatherings on this weekend. This day is traditionally seen as the start of the summer season for cultural events. For the fashion conscious, it is seen as acceptable to wear white clothing, particularly shoes from Memorial Day until Labor Day. However, fewer and fewer people follow this rule and many wear white clothing throughout the year.
Let's Remember those who have died this Memorial Day and recognize those that fight for Our Country.

The Karma Seed..........

Absolutely Amazing We Just placed our order remember you do not have to place an order, you can do this on your own but we think it will be cool to see how far Earth-Kidz can build a chain. Check out the Video Below......

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Random Acts of Kindness..........

If only people learned a lesson from this commercial. So often we get wrapped up in our own world. 

Monday, May 14, 2012

Simple Act of Kindess...

There are many simple acts of kindness, remember to pass it on............

  1. Cut your neighbor's  hedge.
  2. Walk your friend’s dog.
  3. Give a compliment about your waiter / waitress to his / her manager.
  4. Treat a friend to the movies for no reason.
  5. Give up your seat for someone, not just an elderly person.
  6. Pick up some rubbish in the road which would otherwise be lying around.
  7. Hold Open A Door.
  8. Smile a lot.   

Thursday, May 10, 2012

Mother's Day......

Don't forget Mother's Day is this Sunday... Many times we do not tell our Mom's Thank You Nearly enough. Let them know how much they truly mean. Love does not cost a thing and there are many ways To say Thank You and I Love You.

Monday, May 7, 2012

Kindness..Pass It On.....

Donate Books: Many children in your community don't have access to books for a variety of reason. That's why libraries are a great resource. Anyone can sign up for a library card and enjoy thousands of books for free. 

"Before you go to bed, write down three ‘gratefuls’ for the day and three ‘did wells’ (they can even include something as simple as doing the laundry) - the results can be amazing!"

Saturday, May 5, 2012

Free Comic Book Day......................

What is Free Comic Book Day?
Free Comic Book Day is a single day - the first Saturday in May each year - when participating comic book shops across North America and around the world give away comic books absolutely FREE* to anyone who comes into their stores. *Check with your local shop for their participation and rules.

Thursday, May 3, 2012

May = Random Acts of Kindness

The time has come when we cannot just rely on others to make the world a better place – each one of us has to do our part.

Being kind to others.

Kindness is contagious – you might want to consider carrying out random acts of kindness on a daily basis.

It is truly a win/win/win situation. The person you are being kind to benefits through your help. You feel good for having helped someone. And the world is a better place through your kindness.

Never underestimate the impact of a single act of kindness. Also, it is important to carry out your acts of kindness without expecting anything back.

1.   Be generous with your smile.  It’s free but can turn a challenging day into a brighter one.
2.  Surprise someone with an unexpected thoughtful gift no mater how small.

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

What Will You Do On Earth Day????????????

This year we will be going to Disneyland in California and we will be spending Earth Day in Downtown Disney........... We are going to hand out homemade Earth Day Key chains.... Unfortunately we will not be able to see Disney's Chimpanzee opening weekend which is something we have done every year, but we will see it as soon as we return from our trip plus will make a donation to the Jane Goodall Institute.
We want to know what you will do this Earth Day??????
Send us an email and let us know...