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This project was started to collect donations of plants, clippings, pots, and soil as well as “Happy” greeting cards with notes of hope, love, and joy to distribute to the vulnerable adult members of the community; those that may be experiencing loneliness and isolation during these difficult times. My mission is to collect all things plants and cards, propagate, repot, and care for the plants, collect greeting cards, and deliver to members of our community that may be home bound. My goal is to spread God’s love and message of hope! Please join me in this endeavor! 

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There is freedom waiting for you, On the breezes of the sky, And you ask "What if I fall?" Oh but my darling, What if you fly?”

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In this unprecedented time, I have experienced loneliness and isolation like never before. It occurred to me there may be many more souls out there who are experiencing the same feelings. I feel it is my obligation and responsibility to bring the word of God, love, joy, and hope to people in our community that may be suffering. Everybody needs some thing to take care of and not everyone can take care of a pet, but surely everyone could take care of a plant. God is leading me and inspiring me to reach out to the community in a “pay it forward“ project. The purpose of this project is to spread joy. I am excited to see how this grows. 

 

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