I Was In This Video So You Can Help A Friend

November 4, 2014 — 4 Comments

Do any of my readers personally know someone who helped that man raise over $55,000 on a Kickstarter campaign to make potato salad? Or how about the email address of the dude that bought out Burger King’s stock of apple pies just to spite some stranger’s kid?  Anyone?

If so, can you please forward a link of this post to them? I’m asking because these people are apparently shitting money if they have enough to throw away on something so useless, and I want to give them a chance to redeem themselves by donating to a mother/singer/cat lover/musician/all-around wonderful person who has already proven her talent as a finalist on season 8 of American Idol. Her name is Alexis Grace, and she is getting ready to release an EP in January of 2015. This journey to using her God-given talent, however, is quite expensive, and she needs your help.

I would love for you to help by clicking here to donate to her campaign at AlexisGraceMusic.com/kiddo.

If you need a little enticing, watch this (and please don’t watch me…just watch everyone else but me):

So why am I doing this for Alexis? Why am I dedicated a post on my website to her cause? Because she is not only a talent that deserves to be heard, but because she is a genuinely good person (one of the nicest and most sincere person I have ever known). And we need good things to happen to good people. I’m not asking for a lot. For just the cost of one of your favorite Starbucks beverages, you can help make a dream come true. Now sing it, kitty…

ifyoucoulddonate

by Cary Vaughn (2014)

4 responses to I Was In This Video So You Can Help A Friend

  1. 

    She sings beautifully. But, can I just say – YOU are adorable! (and TALL…). 😉

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  2. 

    Yay! Cary on video in all his awesomeness!

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    • 

      You’re so sweet. Thank you. I adore my friend, Alexis, and want to do everything I can to help. She is an amazing person (and a crazy cat lover like me). Talented. Dedicated. Driven. And very well balanced (tackling motherhood and launching music).

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