Sunday, November 23, 2008

Doin' Time

Last week I implied that I was possibly going to be placed under arrest…well, it’s true.
A dear friend (read with heavy sarcasm) has turned me in to the March of Dimes for my participation in an unfortunate toilet-papering incident back in September and on December 3 I am being held until I can raise $1000 “bail” for the cause.

SET ME FREE! …and help the March of Dimes arrest the rising rate of premature birth. 1 in 8 babies is born to soon, and often too small. These tiniest babies struggle to survive, and too often many don’t.I will soon be incarcerated in the March of Dimes Jail & Bail where I will be served only the finest bread and water (okay, maybe lunch!) You can help ensure my good behavior through your contribution. My hard earned bail will aid and abet the March of Dimes in funding lifesaving programs of research, education and community services. Programs that will save babies’ lives.

March of Dimes is a wonderful organization whose mission is to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. Each year in Albuquerque, they hold their annual Jail and Bail to raise money for this worthy cause. I know times are tough all around right now—hey, I work for a non-profit myself! But I’m hoping you can donate anything, (even just a little) and also help spread the word to your friends to donate in my name…just click on this link: and you can donate directly through them. If you would like to help out, but would rather mail a check and want the address, please leave me a comment and I’ll get the information to you.

Please, please help! Not only is this such an important fight, it’s become something very personal, because my friend who ratted me out is also being arrested and I desperately want to out-do her in donations. Don’t delay! Click now!!!! Time is running out….


2nd Cup of Coffee said...

Well, you are a cute convict.

My ADHD Me said...

Are you still incarcerated??????

I friend is someone who will bail you our of jail.
A great friend is someone sitting in the cell beside you talking about what an awesome time you both had the night before! :)