Friday, May 15, 2015

#PinkPump Affair @ Montage Beverly Hills - It's ON!

It's time for the 7th Annual Pink Pump Affair -  Yay! 

Every year, Mother/Wife/Humanitarian/ Mother & Child Advocate,  Areva Martin, Esq., and her team of #caregivers at
Special Needs Network INC., is all about the children.
Support Camp Joe Patton Academy Camp (JPAC)

7th Annual #PinkPump Affair @Montage Beverly Hills
Sunday, May 17, 2015 - Get your tickets NOW!
The Special Needs Network, INC., (#SNNLA) get together and throw a fabulous event that supports parents, #caregivers with children who require #SpecialNeeds to attend the
Joe Patton Academy Camp - (JPAC), 

a camp that provides a week of fun for children who require round the clock care. The parents and caregivers bring the children to JPAC, and are given a one week break, during the summer.

The  next #Pinkpump event is this Sunday, May 17, 2015 @Montage Beverly Hills.
 Get your tickets now, because the event is selling out!
How awesome is that?
Special Needs Network INC. - StreetTeam, advocating for #AutismAwareness!
Love & light,

Sunday, May 10, 2015

Happy Mother's Day!

Just imagine if everyone around the world treated their Mom as if everyday was Mother's Day. Wishful thinking. Quite often, people take their Mothers for granted. Thinking that Mother will always be there. Not so, for many.

If you have been entrusted with the job of being a Mother, you realize that it's not an easy job. In my opinion, there is no other job that is more rewarding then being a Mother.
It rates in the top 3 positions of being one of many women's  top accomplishments.
So if you are fortunate enough to have given birth, adopted a child, been, or is currently a Foster Parent, raised your grand children, your great-grandchildren  - siblings, cousins, distant relatives or even neighbors - count yourself blessed.

Having the love of a Mother is better than finding a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow!

Enjoy today, and everyday with your Mother, if you are still blessed to have her!
Love & light,

( All capital letters on M for Mother is done intentionally, with so much respect)