Check out the full moon over Westfield.
Monday, July 30, 2007
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Monday, July 16, 2007
I'm sure you all remember me talking about little Ivan Stevens of Camden, New Jersey. He was the little boy featured in ABC's documentary titled, "Waiting in the World to Change". See my post from January: http://andreasmindworks.blogspot.com/2007_01_01_archive.html
Mom and I pooled our money together and sent a donation to Ivan's minister. That was back in January - at that time, I recieved a personal call from the minister, Rev. David King - Sr. Pastor of Community Baptist Church in Camden. We talked for quite a while and he told me that Ivan was getting the house he longed for so much. (Thank you Jesus for the wonderful people that are still in this world)
Today, I got a picture of Ivan in the mail from Rev. King. I was so surprised! Ivan said in the documentary that he wanted to be Superman and fly in the sky to find his mom and brother a house with nice curtains. Here's the picture I got of Ivan (with his mommy and Rev. King) - notice - he's got on a Superman coat. Too cute!
Rev. King now has a building he wants to refurbish to provide a safe place for the people of Camden to come for warm food, safety, worship, job searching help, day care, after school care .... the list goes on and on. As you can see, this building needs LOTS of work. Over $600,000.00 worth!
I'm planning to send another donation. It's not much but if everyone does just a little bit, we CAN change the world.
If your heart tells you to do the same, please make your checks payable to :
Community Baptist Church
Rev. David King
1529 Mt. Ephraim Ave.
Camden, NJ 08104
or by Paypal at: www.dkingministries.com
Thursday, July 12, 2007
The other night, Richie was watching Future Cars on the Science Channel. He loves shows about flying cars and cars of the future. I watched with him and found the future car of my dreams!
This little car is built for safety! There are honeycomb/accordian-like panels that protect the people in the car. They crush panel by panel absorbing most of the impact. Whoda Thunk? These little genius honeycomb things help prevent brain injuries, whiplash and other serious injuries that usually go along with car accidents. Oh, but it doesn't stop there! Nido is also built to minimize injuries to pedestrians too - should you have a problem running people down on a regular basis, that is!I think it's a cute little car - but we all know I love the "high ride" feature of Rich's truck. Don't know if I will ever buy another "low-rider", but if I do, Nido is on the top of my list.
Check out some of their other prototype cars: http://www.pininfarina.com/index/storiaModelli/modelli.html?modelli.php?ids=2569cba69fedad1efc8e9589d7718341
Do you think they will offer it in pink?