Below you will find the 3rd and final letter, Made in the Image of God, in my Perfectly Unique letter series. I hope these letters have been an inspiration to you as you seek to encourage and inspire the young people you correspond with, and even with young people in your own community. The first two letters can be found here and here.Continue Reading
You will notice, these Perfectly Unique letters are quite short and simple. I often struggle between being too wordy, and too abrupt. In these letters, I wanted the message to be true and rich, but my words to be few. Hopefully I have achieved a balance.
The Tale of Peter Rabbit and a little about Beatrix Potter is what is in the mail to our sponsored children this month. The stories of Beatrix Potter are so very charming and I think Peter Rabbit will be enjoyed all over the world as the children receive these letters in Asia, Africa, South America and Central America. With the letter I printed off copies of The Tale of Peter Rabbit from Gutenberg Project. I also googled images of Beatrix Potter and a map of the United Kingdom and added those to the letters. After completing, there are 5 pieces to each bundle of correspondence, which fits perfectly under Compassion International’s new Correspondent Guidelines.
Since moving to Colorado I’ve developed a love for snow. It used to be that I only loved “snow days” but after a year of living in northern Canada, I pretty much love all aspects of Colorado snow. And guess what It is snow season right now! So I decided to write about SNOW and send some fun snow related items to our sponsored children. I found this printable, and paired it with recent snowy photographs and pages of winter themed stickers from Michaels.