Next Monday (May 23), from 7 – 9 AM CST (Thanks, Alison!), picture a hot stack of pancakes, smothered in syrup, and a hot pot of coffee.
Throw in some light conversation and you have breakfast with me!
What: Breakfast and chat
Where: Here at Roscommon Acres
When: Monday, May 23 from 7 – 9 AM CST
Cost: Totally up to you and you are perfectly welcome to just bring you and your coffee in your pajamas.
As part of my first online fundraiser for Tiggy’s House, I thought most of all I’d like to get to know you all a little better. I’ve met so many new friends since I started blogging, and this whole journey has shown me that those virtual connections are very real.
So, I thought I’d ask. How many of you would be willing to take me out to breakfast? I wish we could do it for real, but this is cheaper. I’ve added a chat feature to my blog so that next Monday, you can pour yourself a cup of coffee, sit down to the breakfast of your choice and join me for a chat right here on my blog from 7 – 9 AM.
Just don’t forget to pay the server on the way out, which is of course a donation to Tiny Hands, marked for Tiggy’s House, I figure an average breakfast at IHOP should be about $5, $10 if you’re paying for both of us (and then there’s the children who love those chocolate chip pancakes with the strawberry smiles!). But breakfast at your own kitchen table is just fine, too. I mostly just want to get to know you a little better, and am hoping to raise a little money for Tiggy’s House as well.
You will need to register with my blog for the chat feature to work, and I look forward to chatting with you next week! I’d love to make it a monthly thing and even my mom said she might be persuaded to join in at a different time. How often do you get the chance to meet a blogger’s mom?
Thank you and please help spread the word!
Tiggy’s House is a children’s home in Nepal planned as part of Tiny Hands International’s Dream Center to help children, orphans and particularly victims of sex-traffiicking. We are raising money in memory of our son, Tiggy, who knew more love in his short life than many of these children will know in a lifetime.