Yesterday, my friend Jasmine and a bunch of us went downtown to hand out socks to the homeless. Approximately a month ago, Jasmine wrote a facebook message in her community group asking for sock donations.
Within 24 hours, over 100 people responded to the post!
People were extremely giving. Some wanted to donate toothpastes, gift cards, toothbrushes, money, and so on. But Jasmine decided it was too unfair since only some of the homeless would get the extra stuff. Therefore, she made it clear that only socks were accepted.
In addition, SIMS Medical Corp donated a huge box of BRAND NEW medical socks to us. We are extremely thankful.
So yesterday, we met at a parking lot in downtown Toronto. Upon our arrival, we were surprised by another kind deed.
A previous car owner had paid for full day parking but left early. He/she decided to leave his/her ticket for the another person to use. SO KIND!!!
Anyhow, here’s a picture of the amount of socks we had.
Continue reading “Helping the Homeless: Happy Feet”
Ahh!!! I have been nominated to do a quote challenge! I’ve been putting it off because I am super lazy. But I do appreciate Shannon for always nominating me for awards and challenges. Sometimes, I’ll never do anything unless I am pushed.
Rules for Three-Day Quote Challenge:
- Thank the blogger, who nominated you.
- Publish 3 quotes on 3 consecutive days in your blog. It can be your own, or from a book, movie or from anyone who inspires you. (Yeah, that’s probably not going to happen. But I’ll try to make the post worth your time)
- Nominate 3 more bloggers to carry on this endeavor. (I will do this after I’ve completed the challenge)
Anyhow, the quote that I find really meaningful is:
This is a quote from the book, “The Alchemist”. One of my friends gave me this book for my birthday and it is definitely one of the most powerful, influential books I’ve ever read in my life. As I was reading it, I felt like it was written for me. The author’s perception of life is exactly like mines. It’s as if the author could read my mind.
Continue reading “Quote Challenge 1/3”