If you would like share Int’l IT’S ALL GOOD DAY with friends and family, below is a short description you can send explaining it.

Also if you would like a t-shirt for IIAGD you can click on the shopping button here on the top right hand corner of the page and then click on cafe press and you’ll find them there. Martin and I redesigned the Glan Croi design for IIAGD.


Oct 22, 2008 is the 1st annual International IT’S ALL GOOD DAY in honor of Andrew Jordan and his 1st anniversary of his journey home. This is also in honor of his amazing positive attitude and love of life and the inspiration he has always been and continues to be from the other side.

Andrew was diagnosed July 11,2007 with AML Leukemia at 16yo. During his nearly 4 months at All Children’s Hospital, he kept his attitude of “IT’S ALL GOOD!” Even when he would get a needle of chemo shot into his spine a few times a week and all the other evasive leukemia treatments he received, he kept his attitude of IT’S ALL GOOD. If a 16yo young man could keep his positive attitude during a time like this, than so can we for at least one day!

Andrew knew he was an Avatar (i.e. Bringer of Light, Master teacher) when he was here, and led his life as one teaching and inspiring those who were lucky enough to know him. He continues to touch, teach and inspire people all over the world from the other side.

So, on Oct 22, 2008, make it a day to consciously be positive no matter what. Smile at a stranger, hold the door open for someone. Every chance you get say “IT’S ALL GOOD!” They are already starting in Australia. Remember that you will be joined with many people around the world celebrating Andrew’s life and Int’l IT’S ALL GOOD DAY! Let’s get this planet’s vibration a rising! The life you change just may be your own! ;-)
Spread the word! IT’S ALL GOOD!

To read more about Andrew and his journey go to the blog on

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15 Responses to INT’L IT’S ALL GOOD DAY INFO

  1. admin says:

    Anyone using this? Besides Karen? Any body out there? Yooo Hooooo

  2. Leeanna says:

    Hi Connie, Just sent your description out to my mailing list!! :)
    What a great idea and wonderful way to continue to honor Andrew’s journey and get his message out to people!
    My mother in law has a big plaque hanging in her kitchen with the words, “IT’S ALL GOOD!”, and that’s a big phrase in my family. I’m sure she will spread the word as well.

  3. Leah Clark says:

    I’ll be sending it out tooooo!!! AND I’m ordering a T-shirt!

  4. admin says:

    Now that’s what I’m talking about!!!

  5. Swati says:

    Yep…you already know what I am doing — been telling you on the ATP board and emails. I am rewording the info according to who I am sending it to. Most people I know are muggles…so any words beyond their imagination will send them into a “control-alt-delete” mode. So I am writing to them about how this amazing child could still smile and say he was happy, just because he decided he was happy…no matter how much pain he endured….how this child always grinned and said, “Its All Good” no matter what was hapening. So I ask them to celebrate his life by having this “Its All Good” attitude, no matter what, for just one day of the year. And it is helping them see it from their world-point-of-view. Many have said they will spread the word too :). I’ll be buying a t-shirt as soon as I can decide which one I want.

  6. admin says:

    That’s why I sent the blurb out so people have something to work with for their list and they can change it to suit their list. Please feel free to use the e-mail from the Australian woman if you want. I thought what she said in her talk was beautiful! I am so glad she shared it with me.

    I know I am going to be ordering the hoodie sweat shirt and the ceramic travel mug when it’s back in stock. I also like the clock.

    I think once the word gets out and people want the t-shirts, I will be able to start the charity for parents. It’s down the road a bit but at least there looks like there is a road forming now! :-)

    THANK YOU everyone for helping me to spread the word! I find myself feeling this first year anniversary w/o my son hitting me, but this campaign is helping me not to get lost in it. I guess there is no way around these emotions as a grieving mother but at least these feelings don’t have to be as intense. This is really helping me cope. THANK YOU!

  7. Jane says:


    I checked with my friend Peter (the one with the HUGE mailing list) and he has sent the blurb out.

  8. admin says:

    Great news Jane!!! Ros in Australia, from the ATP(r) board, said she received the e-mail from someone, who got it from someone, who got it from someone! How cool is that??! See? Get ready for snow! This is starting to snow ball! :-D :-D :-D

  9. Swati says:

    [quote]Ros in Australia, from the ATP(r) board, said she received the e-mail from someone, who got it from someone, who got it from someone! [/quote]

    This is AWESOME news!!!!

  10. Jane says:

    That certainly is music to our ears hearing that it is making the rounds. :o)

  11. Jane says:

    I just posted the blurb on a US site ‘Friends Communities’

  12. Denise says:

    Yup me too !!! sent out to all of my list who have lists, who have lists!!!!!and on and on the ” snow ball ” is ROLLING. This is just SOOOO AWESOME

    Love ya

  13. Denise says:

    Oh BTW I also ordered a SHIRT !!!!!! can’t wait !!


  14. Swati says:

    Connie, here is something someone wrote to me when I emailed her about 22nd October:

    Of course I remember Andrew. I think his parents are doing a wonderful thing! I think it’s a great idea. Sounds like Andrew’s parents are as amazing as he was. No wonder he was such a great person.

  15. Pretty Mama says:

    This is exciting stuff people!!! And when this day is over, I will start promoting it for next year!

    What a sweet e-mail Swati!!

    Glad to see your peeps Denise are spreading the word!! I can’t wait to see the t-shirts from cafe press! I’ll be ordering a few things! Of course I had to make a few for us for Laguna for IIAGD. Wanted to make sure we had them.

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