The cord on my lap top is destroyed, so there will be no computer time until it is replaced. Hopefully tomorrow. I am at my mom's while the kids help decorate cookies.
Getting very stressed about the Water Party on Sunday. Very few people have RSVP'd and I really have no idea how many to expect. I have high hopes, and desperately want this to be a great success.
Water has changed me.
I will never be the same.
And as much as I want to provide those less fortunate with fresh, clean water, I also want the eyes of my heart to continue to open up to a whole other world.
As of today, we passed the $16,000 mark.
That is huge.
THOUSANDS of people. Literally, THOUSANDS of human beings with clean water for their village. It makes my heart skip a beat.
And we are no where near done.
So pray for soft, generous hearts and lots and lots of fresh clean water as we go into the final weeks of this campaign.
I know for me, it doesn't end on January 1.
It doesn't end until every human being has access to what we so easily take for granted.
Please, if you want to learn more about this, or be a part of this grass roots movement, go to http://www.water4christmas/.
And come join us on Sunday, December 14 at Geneva Country Club from 4-7pm for the best holiday celebration I can imagine!
Invite your friends and family.
We are making a difference.
Regular people from around the country.
Making a difference.
And it is going to be the best Christmas EVER!