Yesterday 58 people read The Wave Of Love.
Today I want to share a few things with you. How many will read today's page ?
Let me introduce you to two very special people. David and Susan Hopkins, Mayor and Mayoress of Milton Keynes. They will be coming to our FROG CHALLENGE at the end of the month.
The Mayoress said something to me a while back, she said it does not matter what charity or good cause you support providing you do support one. Think about that for a moment - it does not matter what charity or good cause you support providing you do support one.
This diary reports on the support for OurRebekah. Hopefully it goes a bit further than that.
OurRebakah works with Ronald McDonald House charities but that is ONLY the DESTINATION. T he JOURNEY, which could be argued to be more important, is to smile, have fun, be a bit silly and to make others smile. If the journey is fun then the destination will be a success and a success full of love.
Perhaps you like what OurRebekah is doing but you can not be involved because you have your own special charity you support and can not divide your loyalties. That is fine. I would never, ever attempt to get you to do that but PLEASE read my daily blog - THE WAVE OF LOVE and take inspiration from it which you can use in your own personal support for the charity of your choice. Use my wave of love to help your own wave of love.
QUESTION: Can a wave go both forwards and backwards ?
Probably not but love does not move in a single direction does it ? I mean, if you love someone then that love is only effective if that love is returned. Love most certainly is not a one way thing.
Here are some people who have shown us a lot of love.
On the left players from MK Dons Football Club who have signed a football and donated a team shirt for our e-bay auction in support of Ronald McDonald House in Oxford.
Below are players from Sheffield Wednesday Football Club who have signed a ball and donated two match-day tickets to be auctioned in support of Ronald McDonald House in Birmingham.
Not shown in the photographs are MK Dons FC's Director of Operations, Sue and Sheffield Wednesday FC's Director of Communications Trevor who made everything happen at their ends.
To thank these wonderful people and to give them a token our our love I have had two rather special cakes made.
Tomorrow I will be taking one to MK Dons and the other to Sheffield Wednesday later in the week.
They are small thank you gifts and expressions of love from OurRebekah.
Ronald McDonald House in Birmingham has a little sign on its website - The House That Love Built.