Hello, world! It’s been a while since my last blog post, but that’s because I do most of my interaction via Facebook. Today, though, I felt it necessary to blog because there is a very special lady who I want to write about. This lady is Emma Kwasnica. I know, I know, I’ve talked about her before. But she’s worth talking about again. Let me tell you why.
Emma Kwasnica is making the world a better place. Each and every day, she helps families around the world get breastmilk for their babies. She does it all for FREE. She does it out of the goodness of her heart, her sincere love of babies, mothers, families… humanity. She created the wildly successful Human Milk 4 Human Babies GLOBAL network to help connect needy families with families that can spare the breastmilk. She enables and inspires community-building, healthier families, more informed birth choices, and yes, even world peace. How many people do you know who do that? She is the Earth-Mother-rock star you’ve never heard of (well, maybe you have ;)), the Mother Theresa of the mommy world. Remarkably, she’s also really very humble about it.
Emma Kwasnica has rightfully been “mominated” for a babble.com prize. Please, if you haven’t already, vote for her. I guarantee you she will do good things if she wins, because she will do good things even if she doesn’t win. Whatever she does will benefit humankind as a whole. Even if she decides to spend all the prize money on herself, she would still deserve it. But she won’t, because she’s Emma, and she basically dedicates her life to helping others.
To vote, please click on this babble.com link. Then click on “like” where it says “click ‘like’ to vote for me” to vote for Emma. It’s very simple. You need to be logged into your Facebook account in order to do so. Please do it and please share the link with all your friends so that they can vote for her, too.
If you are reading this, Emma, please know I fervently hope you win. You are beautiful inside and out, and an inspiration to (surely) thousands of women around the world. Thank you for all you do!