I hope you are all having a nice Wednesday! My work day is half over, in turn my week is half over as well. We are now on the downhill slide to the weekend.
I don’t really have much going on today, and I’ll take it after the day I had yesterday haha. Things have been much better. I didn’t fall all over the place and my heel is feeling better. I’m much more adjusted to the time change, coffee helps! 😀
I was just informed that we were invited to my dad’s friend’s house to watch some March Madness games on Friday. He has a home theater that he made in his basement. It is really cool. He has a spot for concessions just outside the main room. There are about 6 really comfortable recliners and a big ol’ screen. We get invited over there for some big games in most any sport. We went and watched a few movies there when he just finished it. I’m not even sure who is playing, but it’ll just be fun to be there.
Since I really don’t have much more to talk about today I’ll share a YouTube channel with you. I found this channel the other day and have watched most of the videos. I’m still a little torn with the guy in charge of it, I don’t know why, but the messages are nice. It is called “Special Books by Special Kids”, you can click the name for a link to the channel.
Here is the about section of his channel.
My name is Chris. I used to be a teacher but now travel the world to interview humans with a diagnosis with the hope of spreading kindness and empathy. This vlog started as a Facebook page in a special education classroom with interviews of my students. It soon evolved into interviews with people of all conditions and ages from around the 🌎. I soon realized that the individuals I feature deserve longer more in-depth content. So here we are on YouTube. SBSK is now officially a 501c3 nonprofit. 100% of the ad revenue generated from this channel goes to the nonprofit so we can continue to make these videos. We also use these funds to provide grants for neurodiverse families in need. Thanks for your support.
They are short videos shedding some, much needed, light on mental and physical disabilities. It is a nice platform for these children and adults to get their voices heard. If you have a few minutes stop over and check it out. Some are sad and others are inspirational.
That is all for me today. I hope you have a great day and I’ll see you tomorrow! 😀 😀