It Feels Good to Win (For Japan)

It’s the final day of the Masters here in Georgia…the sky is a clear blue, the azaleas are a riot of pinks, whites and reds, and the grass is a carpet of emerald green. I suppose for a handful of golfers, the pressure’s on. But for the rest of us, watching, it’s a glorious, carefree afternoon.

The Masters is thousands of miles away from Japan…and a world away from their daily struggles. Life is still difficult for the Japanese people, but you can lend a hand in their time of need with just the click of a button.

Kidlit 4 Japan still has plenty of items open for bidding. You can grab a critique or some swell children’s books, as well as a ton of book swag. Even if you’re not a children’s book reader, I’ll bet you know a library that would love a few autographed books for their juvenile collection.

Oh! And I finally won a bid for a really cool bookmark! It’s not exactly a green jacket, but I feel as good as if I’d won the Masters.

7 thoughts on “It Feels Good to Win (For Japan)

  1. Glad you won something, even if it wasn't your first choice! The books I won? Already arrived, autographed to my cousins. They were baseball themed and that family is a diehard baseball group- even named all 3 boys after baseball players! They were so excited to get the surprise books, especially finding them autographed to them. Not only did it feel great to help out children in Japan, I did a good deed here too 🙂

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