Saturday, September 20, 2008

Good Deed from our house

Little Warrior's big sister "Bo Peep" wanted to do a good deed. On her own (because I must admit, I loved her long hair), she decided she wanted to donate it to Wigs For Kids to other children who have cancer like her little sister.

from a Childhood Cancer Survivor

Well, how about for my first good deed in little warrior's name, I tell you about my foundation and ask that you allow me to set up a section on the website dedicated to Little Warrior. I have forms on the site, and I would be able to inspire others to "get MAD! M.ake A. D.ifference today! (TM)" through your beautiful daughter.

Alex, 13, founder of Awareness Angels, warrior for all kids out there, and fighting a rare and misunderstood disease.

4 Great Deeds

from Barbara:

I had been thinking of what one thing I could do to honor Little Warrior but I had several opportunities that seem to come up as I guess they might when we look for them. For that I especially thank Little Warrior as they really enriched me by allowing me to become friends with some very nice people.

The first one was the opportunity to help organize a neighborhood block party. We were allowed to shut off the street traffic. For admission we collected canned foods for the area food pantry. I met some new neighbors and really had a good time.

The second was to help hang wallpaper with a new friend. It was very rewarding to spend time with her and to accomplish a redecorated room!

Then I gave one of our new puppies away to a little boy. He was so excited. I loved doing it!

The fourth was one that I would have never done before my search for good deeds for Little Warrior. An older woman was standing outside the grocery store and had several plastic bags filled with groceries. She asked me if I would take her home. Normally I would have said no or ignored her. But this time I listened. She was very nice and said she had walked a long way to the store and had brought frozen food. She was afraid the items would defrost. So I took her home and she was very appreciative. I am going to follow through and call her to see how she is doing.

Barbara Tippie
Madison Christian Church
Groveport, OH

Loving Their Neighbors

From the Williams' family:

Our neighbors have four children, ages 5 through 10 years of age. Their parents are currently in divorce proceedings and the kids are understandably upset by this. Our good deed was to invite them into our backyard to play. We also frequently give them breakfast or lunch and Popsicle treats. We want to honor Little Warrior by helping these kids through a rough time.

Eve Williams, Eve Marie Williams, Pam Williams
Madison Christian Church
Groveport, OH

Virtual Walk for Curesearch

I'm playing catch-up ... we've been out of commission due to Hurricane Ike. First, from ChemoAngel Carrie:

In honor of precious little warrior. I am doing the VIRTUAL Walk for Curesearch to help raise money to find a cure for childhood cancer~~

If at all interested in also doing this for Renna~ please follow this link.

You aren't doing this for me, I get nothing out of it. You are doing it for the precious little children who are living day to day with cancer~~

God Bless each of you~~

Friday, September 5, 2008

A quick message from Little Warrior

For everyone who donates blood, a message from Little Warrior!