Yup! I am starting an international IT’S ALL GOOD DAY starting on Oct 22nd in honor of my amazing boy! One way or another I am going to make sure the world knows who my son is and get his message of positivity and love of life out there. Just because his physical body isn’t here with us anymore :-( doesn’t mean his Spirit isn’t! We are ALL more than just our physical bodies, so much more!
My son is a live and well and still touching peoples’ lives. I want to celebrate him in every way I can so having a day where no matter what happens we say “IT’S ALL GOOD!” If Andrew could do it while getting a needle of chemo shot in his spine a few times a week, plus all the other things he had done to him, SO CAN WE!!!
Like I said at 11 yo Megan’s service about people saying she was an inspiration to them, if Andrew has been an inspiration to you, don’t let it just be lip service! Live your life inspired! Honor those who have inspired you by living a life inspired!
SO join me in spreading the word that OCT 22 is INTERNATIONAL IT’S ALL GOOD DAY! Let’s get this planet’s vibration a raising!
A wonderful idea! To have the “its all good” attitude is wonderful!
Right? I figured if we can get thousands to do it for 1 whole day maybe it will have a ripple effect. Even on my hardest days since Andrew left, Martin will always quote Andrew “It’s all good Pretty Mama!”
I think its an Awesome Idea “its all good” will raise the vibration of the universe
Awesome plan Connie! We need ‘It’s All Good’ bracelets or something ;) :D
Geez Dana! You read my mind! We handed out green “IT’S ALL GOOD” bracelets w/Andrew’s name on it, at Andrew’s service. Our friend Carole thought of that for us. I’ve sent her an e-mail asking where she got them. I googled it but I don’t have the $300-$400 at the mo to do it BUT I will get these bracelets one way or another!! I want to sell them and give a % to ACH and Children’s Dream Foundation. It might help me fund the foundation for parents resbit. That will be the name of it too! The It’s All Good foundation to help parents who aren’t destitute enough to get help but will be if they don’t. They are the forgotten ones.
What’s that I see??? Hmmm looks like a ball rolling! :-D