We’ve all experienced it, either as a kid or with kids. We go to a restaurant and we’re given crayons to color on a children’s menu. Then we leave.
What happens to the crayons?
What if they could be used for something more.
Take this dad. He cooks — but what he’s cooking up is special crayons for kids. Brian Ware melts down partially used crayons that would otherwise be thrown out and donates his colorful homemade wax logs to kids at local hospitals. They’re given the chance to color — and that helps take away the pain. That’s pretty darn awesome.
What can YOU do with something left over, something extra you’ve been blessed with, to brighten the day of someone who needs it? Do it. Today. Be more Awesome.