In my last post I mentioned that we were working on Abby's Purple Bag Project. After she originally came up with the idea, we spent time deciding how best to go about reaching enough people to accomplish her goal. We decided that we should put a number on her goal so this would seem achievable to everyone we asked to help us. I suggested 150. She responded with 1,000. She also said that she wanted them delivered in every state. (States were something her teachers taught her in PreK.) So we decided the best way to get the word out was through a Facebook campaign. We launched a page just for her goal and she created a video so it would be coming straight from her mouth.
We are launching Abby's Purple Bag Project today because Lala is currently getting her chemo today. So while she has to sit there and feel yucky, we wanted her to know that soon there would be lots of purple bags being put together. Lala has such a gracious spirit and always thinking of others. It is neat to see Abby taking on that same trait.
I started writing this blog post right after I uploaded Abby's video on Facebook and launched Abby's Purple Bag Project Facebook campaign. In the minutes that is has taken me to write this, my Facebook must have dinged over a hundred times with likes and reposts and phone has been receiving texts. Its amazing to see the support in my Facebook friends. I know that only God can take a project like this and make it so successful. All Glory goes to him. I just feel honored to have a daughter with this vision.