Colorectal Cancer Awareness
Stop by the gymnasium on Wednesday March 21st, between 10am and 12pm and visit our friends from Fox Chase Cancer Center at Temple University. Walk through the giant colon and learn what you can do to help prevent this terrible disease.
Our Family has Always had Pets...
...dogs, cats and a few fish. They each become an integral part of the family, including a Christmas stocking and gifts under the tree. Recently, we decided to adopt a special needs cat - Cha Cha. She has Cerebellar Hypoplasia, which basically means she wobbles when she walks. I didn't think we needed to add to the family, especially a "wobbly" cat, but it didn't take long for her to win me over. Her cuddles make the "I want to play in the middle of the night" antics worth the lack of sleep. Her playful batting of her paws and sweet purrs are endearing. In a short time, she has taught us that love has no limits or boundaries.
In this season of love, remember to keep yourselves open to opportunities to love those you know and those who will come into your lives, especially those you meet at the Kroc. You never know the impact they will have on your life.
God loves each of us - faults and all. Psalm 136:1 says "Give thanks to the Lord, for He is good, His love endures forever". This verse reminds us that God's love has no limits, no time lines, no expectation. Just enduring love. May you know that love everyday!
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