Saturday, July 19, 2008

Pay it Forward

Pay it Forward - Lets All Do it!

I found several blogs with this logo and the concept. So, I am jumping in the ring and want to Pay It Forward as well. But, mine has a slight twist to it. I will send a handmade gift to the first three people who leave a comment on my blog requesting to join this Pay it Forward exchange.

I don't know what the gift is yet, but it could be a miniature quilt, a painted flower pot, a box of will be homemade and you may not receive it tomorrow or next week, but I promise you will have it within the next 365 days, but you can count on receiving it within the next few weeks if all goes well. That is my word and my word can be trusted! I can't use the word promise because of a sermon my pastor once taught, but my word is like gold!

Now, here is my twist in this PIF. You have to Pay it Forward not only by posting this on your blog with the same promise or truth, but you must give something to someone in need and be able to share it on my blog and yours as well. You must also list my blog on yours as to where you got the PIF logo.

It can be a meal for a homeless person, a donation to your favorite charity, helping at a carwash for someone you don't know. Please, if you do this, be totally committed to reaching out to someone and to posting it on your blog for 3 people.

The first three people will receive an Email from me asking for your address and letting you know you won!


Melinda Cornish said...

I just found your blog and I am glad I did...count me in for the "pay it forward...i also live in Washington and am raising my two little grandchildren...Sometimes I feel like I am the only one doing it!Gonna go read your blog! Melinda

Rainma said...

You are NOT alone. I have encountered more grandparents in Washington raising their grandchildren then the entire time I lived in Arizona. We will be friends I am sure and I am hoping this blog opens doors to others.



Fabricfaire said...

God Bless you for jumping in and rasing your DGKids! Your blog is so interesting. I'll visit often!