We have been talking a lot about what Thanksgiving means here at Green Acres. Cameron, being a typical 6 year old, seeing all of the Holiday Decor around town that is popping up of course is talking about "I want". I know you all have been there. I have been reminding him that Thanksgiving comes first and that we need to be thankful for all of the blessings in our life. These blessings include our toys and other material items, but also the love in our family, our home and food in our tummies. It was time this last weekend for Project Warmth KC. It is a great opportunity to give back to the community and help those in need. They have a website, www.projectwarmthkc.com for more information. They had area drop off sites for gently used coats and blankets. We explained to Cameron what is means to be homeless and not have a coat and that if we looked in our closets and blanket chest I was sure we could find items that we aren't using but that others could. We loaded up the Jetta and went to the drop off.
This was the trailer at Ward Parkway Center.
Cameron helping Daddy load the bag they gave us.