Flash Mob #2. Can you find me?

Somewhere on my buck list, flash mob is crossed out twice.

Earlier this year, I decided to join a flash mob after watching this one. I hopped on Google to figure out how to make it happen. Google led me to Flash Mob America via Meet Up. I signed up and anxiously awaited the date.

The first event was a surprise wedding reception flash mob, it’s my favorite of the two. Unfortunately, we have not received video. I joined another one to have video proof.

Above is video from the second Flash Mob. Can you find me? If not, I circled myself in the screen shot below.

Thinking about flash mobbing? Do it!

Thanks for reading and watching! Feel free to ask any questions. xoxo

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Hosting “Meals of Love” at Los Angeles Ronald McDonald House

If you follow my personal Twitter and/or Instagram accounts you know that i’m on the Circuit Board of Echoes of Hope’s “Be A Light” program. The program provides Echoes of Hope youth and volunteers with opportunities to actively give back throughout the community. The Circuit Board is responsible for spearheading the Be A Light projects.

Sunday, Nov. 18, we hosted “Meals of Love” at Los Angeles Ronald McDonald House (LARMH), through its Happy Meals program. By preparing and serving dinner to families, who spend all day at the hospital, we allowed parents much needed time to relax and enjoy a meal—without dishes to clean.

After serving families (about 75 individuals) an Italian feast and fresh baked cookies for dessert, we played a few rounds of Bingo using M&Ms and gummy bears as board markers.

This project was a great way to kick off the Be A Light program. The residents and staff were awesome. We enjoyed it so much that we plan to visit in 2013. After cleaning the kitchen we took a tour of the house and learned a few fun facts.

Did you know that LARMH residents come from all over the world? The house is pretty dope. There is a game room filled with just about every gaming system. The library is filled with books, comfy seats and children are allowed to take any book of choice back home with them. And for the moms and pops there is a parents ONLY room.

Below are a few shots from our visit.