Source: Click here to support Samantha Puffer-Smith Memorial fund by Bre Sandercock-Puffer

Please help this family afford to stay near their little brother who was involved in a serious car accident and is currently in a coma at Vancouver General hospital. They  all live hours away and are currently having a difficult time with paying for food and hotels and every little bit would help. Thank you all for your love and support in this difficult time.

Source: Brayden Swampy fund by Hailey Swampy – GoFundMe

Horse Meets Israeli Boy With Williams Syndrome -… – The Jewish Standard.


Video  —  Posted: February 24, 2015 in #care, #causes, #postaday, family, helping kids, heroe, life, love, saving animals, saving kids, suffering
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The BULLY Project

Posted: February 23, 2015 in Uncategorized


Ricky Schroder – Mobile Uploads.

Ricky Schroder

So much going on this week but especially excited to be working with#paulmitchellschools in raising money for those who thirst. Water is life. May 4th Beverly Hills Hilton

#24 Camel Thorn Trees

Posted: March 29, 2014 in Uncategorized

amazing real life photo, not enhanced or altered in any way! so so cool

A Daily Doodle

There is an amazing picture in June’s National Geographic magazine of these trees.  It looks like this (only much better) and it is a photograph, not a painting.  It is really amazing.

Check it out.

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From: “Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA” <DonorE>
Date: December 16, 2013 at 11:45:54 AM PST
To: kimmyanne5
Subject: The photo that stopped elephant abuse
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From: PETA <do-not-reply>
Date: December 16, 2013 at 11:36:01 AM PST
To: kpuffer
Subject: HUGE VICTORY + Tell Gap: Stop Squeezing Profits From Screaming Rabbits!
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Action Alert

Demand Gap stop selling angora products NOW!

Hi kim,

PETA Asia’s stunning new undercover video footage of angora fur farms shows workers in China—where about 90 percent of the world’s angora fur comes from—tying rabbits down and ripping their fur out while they scream in fear and pain. Thrown back into their tiny, filthy cages, many of them were clearly in deep shock and couldn’t move, eat, or drink. The rabbits endure this terrifying ordeal every three months for up to five years, then they are hung upside down and their throats are slit.

We are pleased to announce that after discussions with PETA, Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger—and all other retailers owned by PVH Corp.—are banning and pulling from their shelves any products made with angora!

Let’s keep the momentum going! While PVH is proving that cruelty to animals has no place in its stores, Gap Inc. has failed to take any action whatsoever. These gentle angora rabbits need your help immediately! Please contact Gap Inc. CEO Glenn K. Murphy and ask the company—which also owns Old Navy, Banana Republic, and Athleta—to stop selling angora products NOW.

Help Bunnies!

Please share this alert on Facebook and Twitter and ask everyone you know to join you in asking Gap to ban angora!

For the bunnies,

Tiffany TR
Tiffany Rose
Action Team Coordinator
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals
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From: Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation <community>
Date: December 16, 2013 at 8:04:23 AM PST
To: Kim <kpuffer>
Subject: You can make a difference for cancer patients
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This holiday campaign is for our loved one

Donate today and help us raise $50,000.
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You have helped Stephanie fight, Tim survive
and made patients’ lives more liveable
Dear Kim,
It’s not turkey, or trees, or presents that make the holidays so special. It’s our loved ones.

That’s why I’m asking you to help us advance research. Help sick patients get better. And make sure families have more time with their loved ones.

Donate to our holiday campaign and help us raise $50,000 by December 31st. We’re getting close, thanks to kind and generous people like you!

Kim, you’ve supported The Princess Margaret in the past, and we need you with us now.

When cancer takes someone we care about, every holiday is a painful reminder that they’re gone.

And when someone is going through treatment, every holiday reminds them of what they’re missing. Or will be missing if they don’t get better.

Donate today and help us conquer cancer. It’ll be the best gift you could give – and the best gift anyone can get.

Thank you.

Laura Syron
VP, Community Programs
The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation

P.S. When you make a special gift to our holiday campaign this year – whether you give $75, $150, or another amount – you can send a holiday e-card to a loved one. It’s a lovely reminder that you care about them. Please, donate now.

Chad – YouTube.

this slide show is in honor of chad, we share a daughter, she is almost 20, he was my first love, then one of my very best friends, he died this past september and all thought we broke up so very long ago, we stayed friends and over the years built a very strong, trusting and close friendship , we told each other things that we could tell no one else.  we had a mutual love and respect for one another and got to know each other to the very core.

its been a long journey, we met when we were teen agers, had our daughter at 22 years old and grew up over the years together as friends and parents .  we gave each other a first born child, this makes him the most important person to me because he gave her to me.  i will forever be thankful to him for that and cannot wait to see him in heaven one day.  i know our daughter misses him so much too and wish he was still here.

goodbye my dear dear friend, my first love.  i will carry you with me until we meet again.