Monday, July 24, 2006

Sponsor a Child

Many children are in need of toys like building blocks. If you are interested in sponsoring the child in the pictures below, please call today. For the amount of a cup of coffee per day, you can help this child receive the proper toys needed for a promising future. When you sign up, you will receive a picture of your child, a personal story of that child, and updates on the progress she is making. Please don't delay. Sponsoring this child will profoundly change her future, and change your own life as well. Give the gift of hope for a child today.



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9 Comments:

At 1:29 PM, Anonymous Amanda said...

LOL...you know, even if I did send $$ for blocks, she'd still want the Jell-O boxes!!! :)

 
At 6:42 PM, Blogger sara dk said...

hey k and j!

i'm so excited to see you this weekend. :) fun that our trips to chi-town collided. yay. safe travels!

sara

 
At 8:13 PM, Blogger Mommy Brain said...

That's hilarious! I've got some tupperware or pots & pans if she is in need. Oh ya, and then there is the box of tampons...they fly really far when you throw them off the balcony!

 
At 9:28 PM, Blogger JD said...

So are we talking the price of a cup of coffee if I buy it and brew it myself? or a cup of coffee if I buy it at Baker's Square? Or a cup of coffee if I buy it at Starbucks? It doesn't matter. Elise - I would sponsor you in a heartbeat. Come to my house - I've got tons of REAL blocks you can play with since your mommy and daddy are depriving you of such fun:)

 
At 2:53 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

funny! there are some books she could stack in our "office". Those books would help her build some upper arm strength as well (all those pharmacy/nursing/graduate school books are heavy!!!)

James and Joy

 
At 10:27 AM, Blogger Josh Leo said...

She's not getting any of my cash. She already gets jello box blocks to play with! We had splintery pieces of wood with rusty nails stuck in them when I was a kid. Not to mention that instead of teddy bears we had king cobra's. Kid's these days are so spoiled...

 
At 7:17 PM, Blogger Carol said...

Why did I spend all that money on Fisher Price and Little Tikes for my boys? Their favorites were when my friends got new refrigerators or stoves and I asked for the boxes.

 
At 8:03 AM, Anonymous Aunt Megan said...

Yes! I will sponsor that poor poor child. I will give up my coffee so she can have a baby Einstien.
Oh wait. . . My coffee? On second thought, I've changed my mind.

 
At 11:54 AM, Blogger kyleandtaylor said...

I have found that nothing tops the trash can once the liner has been taken out. It is a facinating tool to carry around much need items like Elmo, and Zoe and the whole sesame street gang. I consider buying her a trash can for her birthday, but thought better of it as it would get used as much as those blocks for your child!!!!

 

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