Smorgasbord Blogger Daily – Monday May 3rd 2021 – #WATWB D.G. Kaye, #Injustice Jill Dennison, #Snippets Carol Taylor

A small selection of posts I have enjoyed over the last few days and I hope you will head over to read in full.. thanks Sally.

In the first post Debby Gies shares an inspiring story as part of the #WATWB We Are The Blogfest kindness awareness project..

We are the World Blogfest

#WATWB – An Autistic Man Posts Online for Work and Gets 7 Million Views! – Goodnet 

“A young autistic man recently posted a letter on LinkedIn asking for a job. This honest and personal letter sparked such compassion, it was viewed over 7 million times. He opened the hearts of all who read it and within four days, he landed a scholarship in his dream field.

The 20-year-old from Virginia had a vision. Ryan Lowry was looking for a job in IT or animation and wanted to get the word out, so with the help of his dad he opened a LinkedIn account, according to TODAY. He wrote a handwritten, personal, and deeply honest letter that stood out from the other posts.” – Head over to read the extraordinary outcome from this unique young man’s way of communicating.

Head over to read the rest of this amazing young man’s story: An Autistic Man Posts Online for Work and Gets 7 Million Views!

The next post by Jill Dennison is not about the kindness of strangers or the good deeds that are done by fellow humans but about a miscarriage of justice that shows the divide that seems to be growing even wider between us.

The Face of Ugly

Late last night, long after most people were snoring and dreaming dreams of camels in the desert or picnics in the park, I had just finished responding to comments and preparing my music post for this morning. I thought, since it was only 3:20 a.m., I would go ahead and get a start on trolling the news stories of the day, trying to find a focal point for my afternoon post. And then I saw this headline …

Iowa Woman Admits to Hitting Children With Car Because of Their Ethnicity

And, as I have done so many times over the past few years, I felt tears well up, and then I cursed, slamming my fist into the table and saying, “F$&@ Y$#, B@#%*!” No apologies for the language this time … this ‘woman’ deserves that and more. 

To read the report on this horrifying event head over to Jill’s:
The Face of Ugly

And finally today Carol Taylor shares her Saturday Snippets with news on the increase in cases of Covid in Thailand.. a celebration of May Day, diversity and all its diversity…and some music.. always worth heading over to read.

Head over to enjoy the post you won’t be sorry: Carol Taylor Saturday Snippets


Thanks for dropping and I hope you will head over to read the posts in full.. thanks Sally.




26 thoughts on “Smorgasbord Blogger Daily – Monday May 3rd 2021 – #WATWB D.G. Kaye, #Injustice Jill Dennison, #Snippets Carol Taylor

  1. Both ends of the spectrum with Debs and Jills posts…I am increasingly becoming more aware of the divides in society and it horrifies me and of course, I can’t keep stum either…sigh…Thank you for including me, Sally 🙂 xx

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  2. I had read both of these excellent posts before. I like how you balanced a positive piece with one that calls on us to be intolerant of racism in all its ugly forms.

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