Thought for the Day: Here are my Friday's Fabulous Finds for the week. In keeping with Mother's Day, I chose articles that I see as gifts to mothers everywhere. If you are new to my blog, you may want to take a look at the 5 part series I posted last year as well. (Part I: How the World Would Change If My Mother Ruled the World, Part II- Mother's Day Series: If My Grandmother Ruled the World, Part III- Mother's Day Series: If My Grandmother, Mother and I Ruled the World. Mother's Day Part IV: If My Step-Mother Ruled the World, & Mother's Day Part V: If My Daughters Ruled the World. If you are looking for videos to send to your mothers, there are several good ones included in the Mother's Day series from last year. I hope you will have a wonderful Mother's Day. Tomorrow's Songs for the Soul will bring a special story about a song that helped save one songwriter's life, so tune in.
Here are this week's Fabulous Finds:
1) Child Abuse Hotline Ad Uses Photographic Trick That Makes It Visible Only To Children by Betsy Isaacson An innovative sign that can help stop child abuse by using modern
technology. It's message with a phone number to call if a child is being
abused is visible only to children. (Sorry for the strange formatting, but I can't seem to fix it!)
|Tracey Stewart with her daughter|
2) Stand Up for Girls Big and Small by Tracey Stewart addresses how to combat a strange tendency among some women to be hypercritical of other women.