posted on Dec, 20 2008 @ 12:58 AM
I know this is in the wrong topic, but hopefully the mods can relocate it for me as I am unsure where to put it.
Before I go on with this story, just a quick note as to why I'm posting it:
I'm 30 years old, and for 29 of those years, I was to put it bluntly a cold hearted Ahole of the highest magnitude.
I hated just about everyone and everything, and went through life with a small handful of close friends and as far as I was concerned, everyone else
on the planet could go to hell for all I cared.
Until December of 2007, when my son was born. I've never been very fond of kids anyways but I stuck around because for once on my life I was
determined to "do the right thing" and not be a selfish prick.
Little did I know that little boy would change my life completely. I now regret having been such a turd throughout life, and I learned that a positive
outlook on things brings good things to you.
I have also learned the value of helping people, so I thought I would post this in hopes that no matter how many different opinions we have here on
ATS, we can all find something we agree on: Little girls like the one in the following story deserve a little happiness in their soon to be cut short
It's December 20th, for those of you who have yet to send out your Christmas cards, why not spend an extra 3 or 4 bucks to put a smile on this
little girls face?
I do not know her, nor do I have any involvement in this story at all. I found it a few hours ago, and just got home from dropping a card off at the
post office for her.
MSNBC link to story
Link to her site
Lancaster County girl suffering from a rare, incurable brain tumor is at the center of a widely distributed e-mail that is bringing out the best
in many people.
Hannah Garman, 4, lives in Lititz. All she wants for Christmas are cards.
Hannah is largely confined to bed and opening cards is one of the few things she can enjoy. If you would like to send Hannah a card, you can send it
259 North Reading Rd.
Ephrata, Pa. 17522