A Hug for Japan

Even a Weed needs a Hug, originally uploaded by Scott Thomas Photography.

The devastation in Japan after the Earthquake and Tsunami looks like something out of a Hollywood disaster epic. It is hard to comprehend. The photos online have just made me heart sick.

While I can not directly help the people of Japan, I did give a donation to The Red Cross Relief Fund for Japan. Or, you can use your cell phone (see below) to donate.

Donate $10 by texting REDCROSS to 90999Every bit will help to get the proud people of Japan back on their feet again.

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6 Responses to A Hug for Japan

  1. Robin says:

    Nicely done, Scott.

    I’ve had to stop looking at the images for a little while as it was overwhelming and made me heart sick, too. I know that’s a luxury the people of Japan who are living with the destruction do not have. I wish there was more I could do in addition to the donation.

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  2. Kathy says:

    Thanks for posting this hug for Japan, Scott, and for giving us all a way we can contribute. Making a wish for healing there and blowing softly on that dandelion puff.

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  3. Giiid says:

    That is very thoughtful of you to do, Scott. As you maybe know, I have a friend living in Japan, something that makes the disaster more real to me, as I have her in my thoughts when I see video and photos or read her mails, which by the way are completely free of any complain. Earthquake or not, the Japanese people are so polite.

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  4. Nye says:

    Nice post Scott, it’s people coming together that makes a difference.

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