#WishesDelivered – What’s Your Wish

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of UPS for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.

A few weeks ago, I shared with you all the #WishesDelivered campaign that UPS is putting on. Basically, if you share a wish with UPS via Twitter or Facebook using that hashtag, they will donate $1 to one of three great charitable causes. 5b69f671-a930-487a-93a3-f33e3b8592eb_zps9ff1d985

It was probably a crazy time when I shared it, because, well, the holiday season is notorious for being such. So, in case you didn’t have a chance to share your wish, why not do it right now? It just takes a few minutes, and it goes to a great cause. 

Just to get the creative juices flowing, I thought I’d share the wish I submitted to UPS. As I mentioned in my last post, my wish would be for my parents. They have sacrificed so much for their family, and while I know they’d never ask for anything in return, I still wish I could do something for them. 

My dad is self-employed, and my mom has been a stay-at-home mom for over 30 years. They’ve worked hard, and I don’t think they ever really take the time to do something nice for themselves. I would love to be able to redo one of their bathrooms. It may seem like a silly wish, but I know it would mean so much to them, and it’s not something they probably would do themselves. After having six kids, you can imagine that a bathroom would go through a significant amount of wear and tear. 

What’s your wish?

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