Today, I’m in an airplane heading to a regional leader training for Rotary International, which is this global group of 1.2 million professionals who take action to make change int the world.
They have weekly meetings usually.
They make friends. Here are pictures of me with friends at Rotary.
They do good things with each other and for others. Sometimes we look like dorks doing it, but that’s okay.
I’m the public image coordinator for Zone 24 East, which is the eastern half of Canada and parts of the northern United Staes.
So, because I’m in a plane and don’t have a ton of time, here’s your do good Wednesday post:
Check out this video from Rotary. Check out its links. Thank a Rotarian for committing time to make a positive difference in the world. Even if you can’t join Rotary, your thanks will mean a lot to that Rotarian. I promise. And thank YOU for reading this blog.
I’ll be hanging out at the launch of THINGS WE HAVEN’T SAID on March 15th and having a panel discussion with editor Erin Moulton, Aaluk Edwardson and Ella Andrews at Water Street Bookstore in Exeter, NH. 7pm! http://bit.ly/2BjZEi2
“How to describe the feeling of not being believed? It is the feeling of disappearing.” -Stephanie Oakes
PODCAST AND BOOK NEWS!
My nonfiction picture book about Moe Berg, the pro ball player who became a spy, is still coming out March 1 and I’m super psyched about it. You can preorder it.
In my big writing news, the podcast, DOGS ARE SMARTER THAN PEOPLE, is live!
Please go leave a comment, or a review, and pretend to listen, because I’ve been freaking out about this so hard. It’s on iTunes and Stitcher and Castos at the moment and the RSS feed is also here. The feed has bonus material and free things. It’ll be on GooglePlay if I can ever get the screen to validate to not be just a big webpage of blankness.