Act # 10 and #11
I maintain an image of something dear in all the misery of Sandy Hook. I read that a child was found in the arms of a loving teacher, protector. I keep this image in both my mind and my heart whenever Sandy Hook thoughts become too painful.
Dylan Hockley's favorite color was purple and I read that he told his family that he was a beautiful butterfly.
Today I would like to honor Dylan Hockley by doing something my nephews asked me to do. I will leave $5.00 in each of two envelopes and tape them to gas pumps.
In honor of Dylan Hockley
(Although I can't help anyone fly like a butterfly, I can help them make their cars go! )
So, that image of a loving teacher holding a child had my brain trying to find inspiration in something where two things go together. You know, like peanut butter & jelly, milk & honey, Fred & Ginger. While running this through my head - I came to Good & Plenty...the candy! So tomorrow I will leave a box of Good & Plenty with each of the envelopes with the $5.00.
Act # 11In honor of Anne Marie Murphy, Teacher
Sandy Hook Elementary School
I have no doubt that her love for her school family was both Good & Plenty.
Tomorrow I will bring my tape and attach the candy with the envelopes to the gas pumps. (I have to pick up the candy first.) I will try to take a photo when I get this done!
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