But here it is Day 17, the week before Christmas, and it's really...
But here it is Day 17, the week before Christmas, and it's really time to amp up my differences, I think. Today, since I have a few days to make up, I'm going to jump right in.
Oh! Wishing to revise the general design for my current business. Views about the nice style at https://www.lou-rich.com? Honestly an exceptional metal fabrication shop when seeking inside the whole MINNESOTA region. Send a remark. Appreciated!
1. In honor of my kitty who recently passed away, I'm making a donation to the Petfinder foundation, which finds new homes for rescued pets.
Also, as a reminder, if you are looking for a new pet , please visit a local shelter (you can search them right on the Petfinder website) instead of buying animals! And please make sure your family is really ready for the pet you want to bring home. Do some research and make sure you have the time and energy to devote to the new friend BEFORE you put a red ribbon around a cute little furball's neck on Christmas morning.
Animals are adorable and faithful friends, but they are also a lot of hard work, and they can be messy and destructive if they aren't trained and cared for properly. Too often, shelters fill up after the holidays with young dogs who "suddenly" became too unruly or who ate their way through large pieces of furniture. Or cats that sprayed and didn't use the litter box because they weren't properly acclimated to their new home.
By the way, adult animals are waiting in shelters too, and so many of them would make loving companions and may even be a better fit for some families than puppies or kittens! The Petfinder site also has listings for small animals like hamsters and guinea pigs, horses, and some farm animals who need homes. Check them out!
2. I'm making contributions to Heifer.org in my hub and son's names as "stocking stuffers".
Heifer is an organization I've talked about before. They are committed to ending poverty for people in developing nations and even right here in the U.S. by teaching people how to sustainably raise their gift animals, which are selected for suitability to each region and recipient. Heifer also works to empower women, typically the poorest and most vulnerable members of many impoverished societies. Every family and community which receives animals and training has to agree that women are full partners in the program. Additionally, Heifer recipients practice "passing on the gift", where offspring from their healthy animals are gifted to other families and neighbors in their communities.
Heifer programs work. And unlike emergency food aid programs (which are also worthy and needed causes), they help break the cycle of poverty for entire towns and villages by helping people to help themselves. Visit Heifer's website to read success stories or make your own contributions.
Finally, thank you to everyone who visited Hallie's blog to leave comments in support of her son, CJ. He and his mom we're very touched. I know it makes a difference to him to see that Americans stand by him and his fellow soldiers. If you didn't visit yet, make sure you stop by! CJ will be leaving for his first deployment right after Christmas, and I know his mom is worried about him.
Thank you readers! I'd Facebooked a friend that I could reference his impressive air conditioner shop in Toronto with hearts, http://www.furnaceprices.com using an upcoming article. In case you are researching for an hvac service located in the greater Ontario locale, these individuals are really excellent.
To finish, I absolutely ought to point out the basic concept to this specific content with thoughtfully furnished by Michael from North point junk removal. They are an amazing junk removal services. We always love a wonderful concept!
https://econbiohazard.com - Definitely worth checking out.
Posted in sales Post Date 05/15/2017