Three years ago, my precious child began praying for money to pay off debt so that we could visit Tanzania and minister to orphans. You can read about that here.
This Spring, we had the opportunity to travel to Tanzania to say goodbye to my mother-in-law. While we were raising money for that trip, I was contacted by my good friend Blaze O’Rama. Blaze offered to donate a quilt to my daughter to be auctioned off to help my daughter raise money for the orphans.
This week, we received “Rainbow Edge” by Christine Larsson (with help from Blaze). It is a queen sized handmade quilt.
The proceeds from the sale of the quilt will go to the Caryn Academy in Bunda, Tanzania. It will be used for books and food (the school feeds the orphans that attend every day.) If you’d like to donate to this cause without bidding on the quilt, you can send money through PayPal to MrsAWiggins05@gmail.com, and mark it as “orphan quilt.”
You can place your bid here.
Adriel's Used and Out of Print Bookstore
Have you heard? Adriel's family is traveling to Tanzania, Africa to spend time with family. To help aid their finances for this expensive trip, a friend donated hundreds of books for Adriel to sell. This friend has been buying used, discarded, and out of print books for over two decades instead of owning a television. His curiosity is as insatiable as Adriel's, so he reads primarily non-fiction with a good sprinkling of novels thrown in. All books are in good to very good condition with minimal markings. Most hardcovers also have their dust jackets still. Over the course of 2018, Adriel will be posting the books, one box at a time, for sale. You can find this week's selection and the stores they're available on below. If Adriel reads a book from the vast selection, she'll review it and post the review along with the week's books for sale.
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Hello! I’m Adriel Wiggins, wife, mother of three, fur mom, bibliophile, art geek, and all around student. I’ve been on a quest all of my life to learn as much as I possibly can about everything I possibly can. This has helped me tremendously in what eventually became my life’s purpose: to help other people become the best version of themselves. It is in that line that I became an assistant.