Feral Folk was founded to rescue and spread awareness about mislabeled shelter cats, & promote TNR & rehabilitation for true ferals.
Tell them GOOD JOB… as often as possible!!
So tell someone they have done a GOOD JOB and maybe they will tell others that they have done a GOOD JOB and so forth….
Heart prints: When you tell people they have done a GOOD JOB, watch- you will not only leave a heart print but put a smile on their face!! And it only takes a moment of your time.
Chicken bog is the best.
The year is winding down and I want to take a minute to thank each of my friends here for all that you have shared during the past few months. I read, appreciate and take in each and every note you post. You truly inspire me every single day and I can’t begin to imagine how many lives you’ve touched by your open, honest and kind spirit – Mine included. I feel extraordinarily blessed to be on this path with you.
Today I am grateful for all of the people & all of the experiences in my life – the positive & the negative. They made me strong & who I am today! ~ ~ GOOD JOB
GOOD JOB was an idea my father Kenneth P. Walker came up with some time ago. He would tell me how he hated watching the news or reading the news paper because there was only bad news. He wanted to make a newspaper with only Good news in it. Well dad passed away in August 2014 and I wanted to do this for him.
I would like to say GOOD JOB to Gene Wheeler and all the volunteers who spend their lives helping others in the Peace Corp.
WASHINGTON, D.C., Dec. 30, 2014 – During the last two months of 2014, 250 new two-year Peace Corps volunteers were sworn into service and have begun their work in communities across Armenia, Cameroon, Lesotho, Macedonia, Mozambique and Rwanda.
The new volunteers completed three months of intensive cultural, language and technical training in their countries of service before swearing in. Throughout the remainder of their Peace Corps service, they will live and work alongside local community members fostering relationships and helping to address the communities’ most pressing needs.
Across 64 partner countries, Peace Corps volunteers of all ages and backgrounds work at the grassroots level toward sustainable change in six program areas: education, health, community economic development, environment, youth in development, and agriculture. Volunteers integrate into their host community – working collaboratively with their local counterparts – to promote the country’s development goals and inspire cross-cultural understanding.