Saturday, May 18, 2013

Got Bread?

Hello Friends.

I am happy to report that my MOM and her kids made it through going without food and electronics for 40 hours to raise money and awareness about hunger.  I am so so proud of those kids.  I was there to encourage them every step of the way.

During some creative time MOM and the kids made Bread Art.  All ya need is bread, milk mixed with food coloring, paint brush and a oven.  And presto, Bread Art.  (by the way it was DELICIOUS ).
 Speaking of Bread Art...

Check out this work of art.

As time wore on the kids were getting pretty hungry, so I thought I would help motivate them with Cheetos.

"Hey girly get your hand away from my Cheetos."

Seriously, I did offer them the Cheetos I dropped on the floor when they were done fasting.  It was the motivation they needed to make it to the end.
Blessings,
Goose
In the coming days I will share more with you how I helped these kids out.  

38 comments:

  1. OMD GOOSE... that Colorful Bread Art was grrreat... butt YOUR bread art NOSE was FABULOUS.

    We just KNEW you would find a way to help your young peep furends to MAKE IT All the WAY!! BRAVO to THEM and to YOU... and esp. to your MOM fur putting that all together!!!!

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  2. Ha Ha Goose! That was a great work of art. Congrats to your MOM and her kids for making it the 40 hours! You must have been a great motivator!
    hugs
    Bailey, Hazel & Greta

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  3. I am so proud of your kids, Goose. I'm sure your encouragement helped them out. Well, maybe not the Cheetos, but everything else. I can't wait to hear more. Please tell them that all your blog friends think they are AWESOME!

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  4. So did you eat the part of the art that is missing, Goose? Love that bread art, but love even more that those wonderful kids and wonderful Mom for doing what they did!!!

    Woos - Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

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  5. That's wonderful that those kids did that!

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  6. And the bread art is pretty cool.

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  7. Congrats to your mom and her kids. Your bread art was pretty funny.

    Millie and Walter

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  8. painting on bread with food coloring, very cool idea I am going to have to steal this and try it with my class, I teache high school speach ed

    urban hounds

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  9. Goose, your so helpful. Your nose toast was very cute, and it looked tasty. With your encouragement, they were able to not eat.

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  10. So we see you were "inbread"! We have no doubt that they could NOT have made it through without you!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  11. That was pretty cool Goose. I bet they loved the cheetos after it was all over!!

    wags
    Jazzi and Addi

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  12. That was a pawsome thing to do! Those kids look like they're pawsitively starving! We hope you didn't tease them too much with your Cheetos breath. MOL! Happy Sunday. XOXOXO

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  13. Goose.... I'm thinking I would've cheated and ATE that bread instead of painting it! You sure were generous with your Cheetos!!!

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  14. Hari Om
    CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OF THEM! Also to you, dear Goose, for being such a comfort and tease! Looking forward to more reports. Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxxxxx

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  15. We agree congratulations on all of them. Way to go. Loved your bread art Goose. Have a serene Sunday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  16. Well done everyone....what an achievement and a great learning experience for everyone.

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  17. Way to go Goose and Gang! And that artistic picture of you and the bread, well, Mom just about spit coffee outta her nose seeing that. Good job Goose, Mom and Gang :)

    Hugs,
    Lily Belle & Muffin

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  18. You are all pawsome, well done everyone and big hugs to you all xx00xxx

    Mollie and Alfie

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  19. I love your bread art - that's the best muzzle I saw :o) How nice that you motivated the kids with Cheetos - to be well motivated is the key to success :o) Have a great sunday !

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  20. Your bread art was AMAZING!! We loved the snooter shot!! Congratulations to your MOM and the kds for making it that long! Wow!

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  21. Thats great Goose!! Funny pics!

    Licks,
    Ruthie

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  22. So your telling us, you still ate like a pig in front of them. Barharhar, the bread art was great, did they put that on you sos you wouldn't eat?

    The Mad Scots

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  23. How awesome, good job bread nose
    Benny & Lily

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  24. CONGRATS TO THE MOM AND THE KIDS!!
    GOOSE NEXT TIME YOU HAVE CHEETOS IN FRONT ON HUNGRY KIDS YOU MIGHT WANT TO CONSIDER HAVING PUDDLES AS A BACK UP CHEETO CHIEF.
    HUGS MADI AND WE DID SO MISS YOU BUT IT WAS WORTH IT FOR SUCH A GOOD OUTCOME
    YOUR BFFF

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  25. Well done to your mum and the kids.
    Love your bread nose art - its a modern classic:-)

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  26. Looks like you were a BIG help Goose! I bet they had more trouble with the no electronics part than the no food part.

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  27. BOL!! I loved that pic of you and the bread-nose!! (inbread, good one!)
    Congrats to your Moms and the Kids!! Great job! Ma says after 40 hrs, she would have eaten the floor Cheetos!! BOL
    Kisses,
    Ruby

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  28. Hi Goose, Happy Sunday to you! No wonder I didn't see you around much this week-your mom was taking a break for hunger. What a wonderful thing to do. I know you wouldn't tease the kids like that. Hope your both having a blessed day!
    Wags, Noreen & Hunter

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  29. Howdy Goose, yaahoo to you and your mum and everybuddy involved. You all deserve a hug and a pat on the back!! We love your bread art and had to laugh at the kids looking at the cheetos. We are proud of you all mates! No worries, and love, Stella and Rory

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  30. That is a big accomplishment for your Mom and the kids. Congrats! Lee and Phod

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  31. Wow, that is some feat. They couldn't have done it without Goose, I know that for sure. It sure was nice to let them have your Cheetos too! We missed ya, glad you are back in business.

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  32. Goose you are inspiring and sounds like you were such a part of this experience. Look forward to reading more.

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  33. What a wonderful, inspiring sacrifice for a good cause!! Goose, I know they appreciated your being there to help them as everyone unselfishly gave!!

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  34. Goose they would never have made it without you distracting them! Excellent idea to put the bread on your nose to entertain them. We got a BIG laugh out of that one!!

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  35. Love the bread art it looks good hanging on your nose!

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  36. All of this leaves me seeing so much beautiful. You know that I've stumbled on my words to convey how much this means to me and so many others. I hope to share that I am awesomely moved by all your MOM and her friends have done!

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  37. Hehehe, I think you are onto something with that edible muzzle, Goose! Not that you would ever need a muzzle for real :) Good job keeping those hungry kids going, buddy!

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  38. Oh, Goose-Goose! Look at how helpful you are!!! I'll bet they couldn't have made it through without you!
    I love your Nose in Bread art piece. It's very intriguing!
    Camo!

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