Sunday, June 14, 2020

The Austin Adams Memorial Library Project 2020

This sweet boy would be turning 11 in a few days. We miss him every.single.second. His birthday and the anniversary of his death are such difficult days for our family. We have found that having something to look forward to is imperative to surviving the hard times. The discussion of making the library project an annual event started before we had even taken the books to the library last year. We’ve put a LOT of thoughts and planning into making the Austin Adams Memorial library project an annual event. 

This quote by Jackie Robinson has become one of my favorite quotes; “A life is not important except in the impact it has on other lives.” As Austin’s mom, it is important to me for Austin to continually have a positive impact on others. Last year we donated over 600 books with his name in them to the schools library. Austin impacted hundreds of children through the books in the library. 

Kayleigh has spent hours and hours volunteering in the library and adding books to our Amazon wishlist. If you’d like to help us with this project, you can purchase items from the Amazon wishlist and have them shipped directly to us. Please, MAKE SURE TO SELECT “JUSTIN ADAMS” AS THE SHIPPING ADDRESS when you check out. By selecting the option to ship directly to us, we’ll add a label with Austin’s name inside the cover, and deliver the books to the school. We’d love to have you include a gift receipt with your name so we can add your name to the label as well. 

Thank you for helping us to create a space that will benefit so many children. This school holds a special plate in our hearts. Having Austin make a continual positive impact on hundreds of children through books helps our hearts to heal. 

We love you and appreciate your support more than you can imagine. Please feel free to share this with your friends and family. 

Austin Adams Memorial Amazon Wishlist

1 comment:

  1. I'm sorry for your loss. I found you blog post while looking for scraping ideas and I noticed a gap in your posts. I hope this library will continue to grow!