We Are the World BlogFest (#WATWB) celebrates special people and small stories of inspiration and hope in the world. Let’s face it, we need some inspiration and hope during this time of pandemic and social distancing.
This month I bring you a story from the Middlewich Guardian newspaper. My friend had a seizure at home and her daughter, who attends school with my elder daughter, saved her life. She remained calm in the face of emergency, made her mother safe, put her baby sister in her cot, and called an ambulance. She has now been recognised for her brave efforts in the local press and by receiving a rare gold Blue Peter Badge. It’s just the kind of heartwarming story we need in the run-up to Christmas!
We are the World BlogFest (#WATWB) focuses on positive stories no matter where they’re found. It is all about spreading peace and humanity on social media. All participants post on the last Friday of the month, sharing a positive news story that contributes to making our world a happier, safer, and better place to live.
You can find more about #WATWB over on Belinda Witzenhausen’s blog.
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