Origami Owl was founded by a 14-year-old who had a dream of purchasing a Jeep. When babysitting just wasn’t helping her earn enough, fast enough, she started this business with her mom, Chrissy. Since it began five years ago, this company has offered the Owlette Program to help other young teens make their dreams a reality. So, if you know a young teen who has a dream or maybe wants to grow their confidence, now is the time to share this. And at less than $60, I can’t imagine a better time to introduce them to this program.
Let me know if you have any questions about this. It’s a fantastic opportunity to spend quality time with your kid and teach them about life.
I love that Origami Owl is sharing this opportunity.
Today is National Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day. For me, everyday I think of my fur babies that I have lost. Our fur babies give us unconditional love always, and we love them the same. Please remember your fur babies today and everyday.
The above pictures are of our fur babies. We miss them so much. We remember them everyday. Grundy, Zero and Carlos.
This is what I see every time I pick up my cell phone.
This is a screen shot- I seem to have lost the picture itself-but I have this! This is my Ozzie and my step-son at Huntington Beach CA. This was the first time in YEARS that my husband was at the beach and my step-son was helping him walk to the water. Ozzie was very weak due to dialysis. This was 3 years ago and he still is on dialysis (ESRD due to diabeties) and still is weak, but he has days where he can do a lot of activity ( we look forward to those days ☺️)