We need to remember what’s important in life. Friends, waffles, and work. Or waffles, friends, work. It doesn’t matter. But work is third.
“When we were in Haiti she was dancing and singing and playing soccer and doing crafts and just sitting, and the kids just loved her. We told her, ‘If you love them then they’ll love you.’ They really got to know her and then they got to know what she does. Kids really get when you’re a celebrity. They want that role model. Amy stands for beautiful core values. She stands for goodness and seriousness.” - Jane Aronson, founder of Worldwide Orphans Foundation