Thursday, July 31, 2008

Hancock! (not the movie)

I found this email in my Inbox earlier today [Ed. note - the email came from "Paul A."; I just got his permission to identify him to that extent]:

If you have not seen this, please take a moment and watch.

Then, just try not to say, "God Bless this woman!"
I really can't add a word to that.

[Update] OK, I can add this: In the sidebar of my gmail screen, there were context-sensitive ads. One of them was for Wonder Woman T-shirts.

At first, I thought that was a strange thing for Google to apply to the email. But on second thought, it really makes sense. A woman like that is truly a wonder. I wondered enough to use Google itself to find out more about her mission. Follow that link if you're interested in helping to keep her work going.


  1. I've saw an interview of this woman before, thanks for the link. Made me cry the first time I saw her, I'm doing it again. Yep, God Bless her.

  2. Funny how small the world is. I pass this womans home 20-30 times a year and had no idea. What a sweet generous woman.


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