Welcome to the #LoveWell Rundown for this week! Check out these links and stories pointing us toward what it looks like to #LoveWell! Thanks to Dori Jurado and Dave Rose for being a part of the #LoveWell team this week. Drop me a message on Facebook Messenger if you’d like to join the team as a lovewellologist.
Have you ever seen a hippo take its first steps? No? Today is your luck day! Hipp to Hop to Hippo Hop!
One of the most moving things I’ve been a part of was joining my friend Leslie at her bell ringing after she beat cancer. She was surrounded by friends and family. It was beautiful and that moment will never leave me. One of the things lost in these days of Covid 19 social distancing are these moments. A neighborhood took it on themselves to make sure their neighborhood got her celebration!
Let’s get to the stories!
Tic Tac Toe like you’ve never seen before. You may need a tissue, it’s about to get dusty.
Why do these nurses and doctors keep putting themselves at risk? For moments like this, good grief, there might be a run on tissues from all this dust.
Here’s a great example from Le Sueur, MN about showing some love to your neighbors. The Little Free Food Shelf!
Dori hooked me up with this article from Upworthy it is full of stories of what it looks like to #LoveWell. Do not miss this one!
Who doesn’t like pizza? If you’re from my home town, Waterford, MI, you’ve no doubt had some Dolly’s Pizza. It turns out that Dolly’s does a lot of good under the radar. Check out this story shared by Dave and if you’re in that neck of the woods, get some pizza for dinner tonight! Dolly’s Does It Right
One of the people in our community shared some ideas about how to help keep some folks out of financial straights during this time. As my friend Allison said, “Be like Todd!”
Check out Goldner Walsh Flowers and how they brought some light and love to local nursing homes and assisted care facilities: Flowers for all!
Another business doing good! Well done Big Bud Press!
It’s great to remember that there are amazingly beautiful things happening all over the place! Way to go Gabrielle Joy!