Corporate Generosity

I just want to give a shout out to the South Point Casino in Las Vegas.  They are providing free rooms to a victim’s family for 2 nights.

So thankful my nephew will have family close while he is hospitalized (at this point for an undetermined amount of time) after the horrific event.

If you are ever in Las Vegas, show your support and stay at this very generous casino!

https://southpointcasino.com/

Blogger Recognition Award!

Thank you Melinda at PurpleSlobInRecovery for nominating us for this Blogger Recognition Award!

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Here are the “Rules” for accepting this Award:

  1. I must thank the Blogger who nominated me and provide a link to their blog. Done!
  2. I must write a post to show the award.  Done!
  3. I must write a brief story on how my blog started.   We initially started blogging to let family know about our travels.  That blog (Our Adventures With Winnie) has morphed over the years and we’ve added Decluttering The Stuff to share our experiences in decluttering/minimizing/simplifying our lives.  Unfortunately, we don’t have the time to blog as frequently as we would like.
  4. I must give two pieces of advice to new bloggers.  Write frequently.   Be sure to add pictures.  Now I really should follow my own advice!
  5. I must select 15 7 bloggers to pass this award on to.  OK
  6. I must comment on each of their blogs to let them know they have been nominated for this award and provide a link to this post. Done

 

 

 

Thank you

Thank you Mom.

Thank you Grandma V. and Grandma B.

Thank you Aunt Karen.

Thank you Susan B. Anthony.

Thank you Alice Paul.

Thank you Elizabeth Stanton.

Thank you Maud Wood Park.

Thank you Rose Schneiderman.

Thank you Eleanor Roosevelt.

Thank you Molly Dewson.

Thank you Margaret Sanger.

Thank you Carol Downer.

Thank you Sarah Muller.

Thank you Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Thank you Shannon Turner and Gloria Steinem

Thank you Zelda Kingoff Nordlinger and Rosa Parks.

Thank you Angela Davis and Malika Saada Saar.

Thank you Wagatwe Wanjuki, Ida B. Wells, and Malala Yousafza.