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Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Rasmus -- The Boy Who Stole My Candy Heart.

I was cleaning out the inbox last night...
randomly clicking through my e-mails, and getting ready to sign off for the night.

A new e-mail came in while I was there...and I have to tell you...

I fell in love.

Meet Rasmus.

He sold homemade truffles at his church's Shrove Tuesday dinner last night to raise money for 

Rasmus raised $68.00!  

Seriously, how can you NOT fall in love with this sweet face?


Thank you for your support, Rasmus.
YOU have helped save the life of a child with type 1 diabetes!
What a blessing you are to the entire universe!

The world is a better place,
because of Candy Hearts like yours and those of your wonderful family!

PS -- If you are organizing and event to support the Life For A Child campaign, be sure you send me the details along with a picture or two!
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19 comments:

  1. Wendy,

    Thanks for introducing us to this great charity! Rasmus is pretty happy about last night...although I was up many times last night dealing with his high blood sugar from eating a truffle! :)

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  2. Rasmus you are a gem! What an amazing smile you have!

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  3. How amazing and the lessons he learned from this simple act of kindness and charity will be with him forever! How wonderful

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  4. Just shows you that you can do anything at any age as long as you're motivated and have a positive attitude!

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  5. Amazing! Simply amazing - what a sweetie! Love him and his beautiful smile!

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  6. Wonderful, beautiful gesture from an adorable little boy! Thanks for sharing this!!!

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  7. yay thats awesome. what a cutie. i looked a little too closely at those truffles for $1. i should have breakfast....

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  8. Bless his heart! He is adorable, and his cause is awesome. I hope he sold out! : )

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