Saturday, January 1, 2011


at 2011hannah after 2yeas i am back Ihave ben doing more stof to help i still belong to great american back sale hear at my community I have done asmouch as I can dohellipping evryone hi from americahear Iam at my cousin 's wedding I have ben in 2weddingss inmy
life thay areso fun have you ever ben in a wedding we like I sad thay are so f un my life is so coolkids areso lucky to have parents like we do kids tell ever one that takes care of you thanks cas thay might nnot be tharesome day see you next time


Monday, September 7, 2009

The end of the fun

the fun is done. i am at the beach. catching sum waves the wind is a witeout mi room isawesome and so are mi relatives.

Sunday, July 12, 2009

Success At Pittsburgh Mills Sams Club

Hannah's Great American Bake Sale had another stop yesterday. Graciously Sams invited her to set up outside the Pittsburgh Mills location yesterday. Employees were as excited to participate as Hannah. They had beauuuuuuuuuuuuutiful patriotic balloons set up all over her area.
Employees encouraged their customers stop by Hannah's table and help the cause. Bakery goodies were donated by both the store and the employees.
Rain was predicted, but the sun shined down on Hannah during her event!
Hannah had set her bar high for this project of 2 bakesales. It was $500. Yesterday she broke that bar, significantly. Her total now is a tad over 1k to be given with love to help end childhood hunger.

Money can still be donated directly to her bakesale on the Great American BAKESALE!
I encourage you to visit the site, explore and contribute.
Thank you to you all who helped with this project.

Thank you Hannah
for seeing a problem and helping with a solution.

Your Aunt Lisa adores you!

Sunday, June 7, 2009

From Hannah

From the Mouth of Hannah:

I love to do outside sports. Outdoor sports are one of my favorite things to do. One of my favorite sports is rock climbing. I always find rock climbing. I love to pet my doggie. His fur is all silky warm. I love to play with my dolls. And I love to ride my bike.

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

A "slice" of what is happening with Ms.Hannah

Ms. Hannah has been busy finishing up with school.

She told her Grandmother "Monga" that school is tough work.
According to Hannah, it is tough going to school since for hours all they do is pray (she attends a Catholic School) and half-way through the give her a "slice" of lunch, then back to praying.

Exactly what is a "slice" of lunch? I don't know, but that is what she gets.

God most likely is smiling with all these little children talking to him for hours each day.

I asked Hannah what she has been up to lately to make the world a better place. She said that she is saving money. (I do not know what the exact purpose is), reminding her Mother to reuse plastic bags and planting a ton of trees with her Father (he owns a Landscaping Company)

Soon Hannah will be having another Great American Bake Sale at Sam's Warehouse. I am not sure of the date, but I am sure she and her Brother Jack will be helping my sister Becki prepare for the event. I bet flour, sugar and eggs are already flying all over the place in the family kitchen.

Remember, donations can still be posted to her website to help end childhood hunger. The website link is at the bottom of her blog.

Saturday, May 23, 2009

Betcha she is thinking of stuff to keep everyone busy.

She likes to keep moving.

Ms. Hannah likes her day to be full .

One thing about Hannah is she doesnt like to be still.

Thursday, May 21, 2009

Hannah is six years old and lives in a rural area of western Pennsylvania on a small farm with her Mom, her Dad, her lil' brother Jack and some furry animals. Her life is life full of plenty of activities to keep her busy and fit.

She has a kind soft heart, and for as long as I can remember, she has shown sensitivity to other's feelings and needs. She is uncomfortable when she sees pain, or struggling in people. Hannah's mind is always in motion with ideas of how things could or should be to make everyone happy.

Last year Hannah found out that some elderly people live in nursing homes and don't often have visitors or family to be with during the holidays. She decided that she wanted to do something about this. Hannah is not shy, and she found a way to start up conversations with people to see if they had a job for her to do for a "donation" to help her buy gifts for elderly nursing home residents.

When Christmas rolled around, Hannah had purchased over twenty gifts with her earnings and personally delivered them to residents that were known to have little or no family to visit with them.

This year she started early to continue with this mission. She has been "contracted" by some friends and relatives to do odd jobs for "donations" and also has grown marigold seedlings which were sold at 3 for $2.00 for Easter and Mother's day. I am sure she will continue to find ways to raise funds for this project.

A while ago she was sitting in the family room watching the Food Channel when an announcement that Domino Sugar was hosting an event to help end childrens hunger in the USA, and found ways for average people to make a difference. One event is the Great American Bake Sale. Hannah immediately wanted to participate.

She was shopping with her Mom at both Sams Club and Giant Eagle Grocery Store and she (she is such a bold child) approached employees and told them about what she was doing for childhood hunger. Both Sams Club and Giant Eagle gave her donations to sell at her Bake Sale.

Although Hannah did not do all the baking (she had her Mom and Friends help out), she had a wonderfully successful bake sale at a local nursery (Plumline). She has also had some generous donations mailed in for the event.

Sam's Club asked her to set up at their store in the near future. She gladly jumped at the opportunity to sell more baked goods to fund this mission.