Dear Son, delivering Food for Families for the 13th year

Thanksgiving traditions
Thanksgiving Day 2012… a Thanksgiving Day tradition since 2000

 

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a long line is a great sign… these are volunteers answering the call Thanksgiving morning

 

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impressive coordination between Bread of Life Ministries, Publix, and Ocoee High School

 

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just a portion of the 2,000+ boxes of food

 

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volunteers loading our van with big boxes of food

 

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stocked with food for five Families… time for the deliveries

 

Dear Son, delivering Food for Families for the 13th Thanksgiving Day in a row this morning. Yes, you’re 12, which means we started the tradition when you were three months old.

As you’ve grown, it seems this year may be the first day you look at this process with the realization that giving is receiving.

This month jeff noel is encouraging Mid Life Celebration readers to follow all five daily blogs about work life balance. It’s a breeze to go from this spiritual health blog to the money (career) blog, just click -> go to Next Blog

 

Published by jeff noel

Internet's only five-a-day blogger, leaving a trail for our son (15). This is about putting the spirit of Love at the center of your life. It may be God, Allah, Mohammed, Buddha, Yahweh, etc. For me, it's Jesus.

5 replies on “Dear Son, delivering Food for Families for the 13th year”

  1. Financial health, mental health, physical health, spiritual health. I see all of those wrapped up nicely in this post. There is more than just the simple act of providing a meal. By feeding these families you are:

    Allowing them to use what money they have for other neccessities. (Financial)
    Easing their burden about where their next meal may come from. (Mental)
    Nourishing their bodies with a balanced meal. (Physical)
    Sharing the love of God through Christ by serving. (Spiritual)

    One act. Many deeds.

  2. David, and Patty, just back from a (very cold) 5-mile run, which I really would have preferred to stay inside and relax.

    What is striking me with the combination of your comments is there are those that are hungry (starving perhaps) for work life balance.

    Mid Life Celebration is trying to feed those people, of which I am one.

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