Latest #scranton Posts
- *insert witty caption about how much I love the Steve*
Posting The Office trivia on my story, check it out!
3 hours ago
- TEA TOWEL RESTOCK IS WEDNESDAY 🎉🎉 These will ship in time for Christmas if ordered by the 20th at 5pm. I’m only getting a few of each of these guys so DM me if you have to have one - or a few! (a list of what tea towels I’m restocking is in my stories!) Photo by our very talented friend - 📸@emilykathrynphotos
4 hours ago
- #jessicastandishphotography #topnine for 2018 is in!
It’s been a beautiful and busy year full of sweet moments, snuggle piles, laughs, squishy babes, twirls, dances and all the best kind of memorable things. Thanks for being here, and for letting me tag along capturing the special stuff for you and yours. Merriest of Christmases to you, JSP friends 🎄 🥰
5 hours ago
- 3/12 Days of the #12DaysoftheOffice finished! Can you guess who tomorrow’s character is? 🥰 Also Nebula trying to get into all my pictures 🙄
5 hours ago
- Christmas lights and rain showers. #dilger365 351/365
6 hours ago
- On day three of The Twelve Ways of Oneness, the openness of children drives compassion.
Featured are two examples (along with their sanctuary resident inspirations) from children who visited the sanctuary on field trips in 2018. In the first letter written to sweet Wendell, mini pig, a beautiful truth shines through: “I didn’t like pigs, now I do… Wendell do you like me? I like you.” It took a single four hour visit for an eight year old to replace ill feelings about pigs, with those of affection and admiration. Genuine friendship. One single visit.
In the second example, another student drew a picture of Scoby, a spectacular duck who struggles with living with one leg. The child met Scoby with a screen in between the two of them, since he lives in a secured area… but notice in the drawing, the young artist drew the picture from Scoby’s perspective… his beautiful feathers and eyes are clear and vibrant, and the student placed herself behind a screen in the background. In essence, that is the definition of empathy, and the foundation of oneness. There are many other images just like the two featured today, and the children are building lasting relationships with the animals.
If you would like to help create more youth programs for 2019, please consider making a donation, large or small. All donations are tripled through December 31.
7 hours ago
- Tired of those cheesy ads on TV? We are too. It’s cooler on this side of the street. We are Brontide.
7 hours ago