What I Wanted as a 10-Year-Old Kid

I, luckily, stumbled across an article today promoting Rebecca Krump’s mission to donate 100 brown baby dolls in honor of her grandmother who made her an “adoption doll” on a particular Christmas when her parents couldn’t afford one.  I don’t know if you have two minutes to read the article?  But, it’s one of the sweetest posts I’ve read in a while.


I was swooned by the thought of Rebecca’s and Mommaw’s smiling faces this Christmas so I quickly tracked down Rebecca’s Amazon page and ordered up a doll for her mission.  This is one of the things that I love about the 31 Random Acts project.  It’s so easy and simple to change someone’s life when you start looking for the opportunities. Instant gratification!

By the way, this act completed #15 Something that you would have wanted as a 10-year-old kid.  Who didn’t want a doll as a 10-year-old child?  Guys?

What did you want as a kid?

When a Woman Needs Flowers : day one.

Epic Fail: Carrying Groceries: day two.

Tips for Donating Clothes: day three.

Letters to Home: day four.

Say Thank You: day five.

Things I Unexpectedly Learned at the 2013 Ragnar Relay: day six.

What I Wanted as a 10-Year-Old Kid: this is day seven.

Have you read about 31 days and/or visited other bloggers’ series?

Other 31 Random Acts conducted yesterday (that I know about!):

Thank you for your RAK love!

Are you performing a random act today?

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