In the last two years, you have generously fed 160 people in need a Christmas dinner by buying â€œThe Best of The Left Thumb Bloggerâ€ ebook to support the Union Gospel Missionâ€™s (UGM) Christmas Campaign.
Iâ€™d like to ask again for your help with feeding warm Christmas dinners to those who are truly in need, those who are struggling to find enough food to eat and a warm place to sleep.
This year, rather than compiling selected blog posts into an ebook and selling it for a fixed price with the proceeds going to the UGM, Iâ€™m offering a list of selected posts with a ChipIn Widget â€“ enabling you to read the posts and make a donation, if any, comfortable for you. (Click the orange â€œChipIn!â€ button to securely donate via PayPal.) Donations will be accepted until Tuesday, December 21st midnight (pacific time).
Why these particular posts?
These ones chronicle a journey I have been on for the past few years: from â€œnon-verbalâ€ to speech impaired to well-traveled speaker, with the occasional insight along the way.
- Firsts Expand Our Comfort Zones So Dreams Are Reachable
- The Cost of Transitioning from Silent to Verbal
- The Gift is Within
- Words Shape Our Reality
- Verbal Communication: More Than the Written Word Spoken Aloud
- Making the Impossible Possible â€“ Not Always Perfect or Pretty
- A Lesson Learned from Roger Ebert
- The Apple iPad: Finally an Affordable Augmentative Communication Device, But Is It Accessible?
- The iPad as an Affordable Communicator: Initial Review
- The iPad as an Affordable Communicator: A Follow-up Review
- Donâ€™t Believe Everything You Read, Write Your Own Truth
- Giving an Award-Winning Speech on my iPad
Happy reading and thank you.
Merry Christmas.If you enjoyed this post, consider buying me a chai tea latte. Thanks kindly.