I have been trying to give my three cents worth lately. I read about this movement to change the world by 3 pennies.
What you do is, every morning you put three pennies in your left pocket. During the course of the day if you do something nice for someone you move one penny to your right pocket. So, it can be something big and nice, something unexpected and nice or even something small and nice like opening the door for a stranger. Then at the end of the day your goal is to have the three pennies in your right pocket.
Kind of neat huh? Just a little pocket reminder to be nice to people and go out of your way a bit. I also tell myself sometimes, "ooo that wasn't a nice thought, I should have to move my penny back!" ;-)
Yesterday one of my "pennies" was to make a camouflage hospital gown.
I know it sounds pretty bizarre, but my brother in law has been in the hospital for a week and a half and until yesterday he was in two different ICU's. Now that is SICK! Anyway, he is a big hunter/out doors kind of guy and I cannot imagine him in one of the foo foo hospital gowns. So I went to my favorite quilt shop and found some quilt fabric that is pretty much camouflage and made up my version of a hospital gown. As soon as I get batteries in my camera I'll get a picture. Personally I think this gown could have advantages.
Don't want the nurses to see you? Put on your camo!
Well that's it for me today, I hope whoever reads this has a three penny day.