Welcome home everyone! Join us this week as we discuss the five love languages! We won’t be recording for a few weeks since we’ll be visiting family, but make sure to follow us on here and on Instagram (@thehillebrands) for other content during our podcast break!
Dog of the Week
“Name: Archer (Aka Archer T. Dogglesworth)
Age: 3-5 years
Breed: German Shepard and maybe Lab
Likes: Sleeping, Walks, car rides, Steak
Dislikes: Thunderstorms, being alone for any length of time
We rescued Archer about 3 weeks before the beginning of the Pandemic. He had a few problems when he was rescued from the wild and suffers from Lyme Disease, but he doesn’t let him get it down. Archer is generally the first one up every morning, and is ready for a brisk walk. Archer will not go to the bathroom in our yard, so it’s definitely a walk, and not just going in the back yard. He’s a really good boy who sheds nonstop. Archer make himself comfortable on any couch or bed where the people are, and I constantly have to fight to get him out of my spot when I’m trying to go to bed. He’s silly, and sweet, and we’re lucky to have him” – Archer’s dad, Eric
Charity of the Week:
“Since 2003, we’ve set up and organized Child’s Play, a game industry charity dedicated to improving the lives of children with toys and games in our network of over 185 hospitals worldwide. Over the years, you as a community have answered the call and come together to raise millions of dollars.
Since 2003 Child’s Play has partnered with children’s hospitals all across the globe. Partner hospitals receive an annual gift designated to support their Child Life department through games and technology. Where available partner hospitals also have Amazon Wishlists tailored to their specific needs. Child’s Play also supports our partner hospitals by providing resources like our Therapeutic Video Game Guide and acting as a hub of knowledge where gaming and technology are concerned in the children’s hospital setting.
Since 2015 Child’s Play has been outfitting DV Shelters with game systems. Shelters receive a GAEMS case with an Xbox loaded with games carefully selected to be appropriate for the environment. The game system helps shelters create an inviting environment for young survivors and can be used as a part of therapy allowing for co-op play that helps break down barriers that kids/teens may have when asked to talk about abuse.” – Child’s Play
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