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Something To SMILE About May 28, 2010

Posted by nrhatch in Art & Photography, Nature, People.

When Olivia Bouler (age 11) learned about the devastating oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, she went right to work . . . armed with her creativity, her compassion, and a few art supplies:

Young Artist Helps Gulf Wildlife One Drawing at a Time

Olivia (who can be found on Facebook) is giving bird drawings to people who donate to wildlife recovery efforts in the Gulf through non-profits, including the Sierra Club, Audubon, the Nature Conservancy, and the National Wildlife Federation.

How do you spell awesome?


To hook up with Olivia on Facebook:  Save the Gulf: Olivia’s Bird Illustrations

No rules.  Just write!

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1. nrhatch - May 28, 2010

Olivia ~ This blog’s for you!

I used 4 of your illustrations to entice readers over to your Facebook page. If you would rather I didn’t include your paintings with the blog article, please let me know!

Thanks for contributing your creativity to help the planet and its precious creatures! ♥ ♥ ♥

2. Richard W Scott - May 28, 2010

You’re right, that did make me smile.

3. Joanne - May 28, 2010

My youngest daughter’s name is Olivia (13) and this is the kind of thing she would think of, too… Way to go, Olivia…!

nrhatch - May 28, 2010


4. theonlycin - May 28, 2010

A wonderfully uplifting story, well done Olivia.

5. Mid-Thirty Misfit - May 29, 2010

This did not only make me smile, it warmed my heart. What a precious gesture from such a young soul. We can all learn all learn something from her,

6. nrhatch - May 29, 2010

If we all shared the best parts of ourselves with the world . . . oh, what a world it would be!

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