What photo do you have that you love?  
What does it mean to you?

Share your photo-story! 
Enter yours Oct 15-Dec 31, 2017

ALODF team members who are NOT contest entrants shared these photo-stories. 

 Sigrid: President and CEO of ALODF.  She is based in Virginia.  "My son took this photo. I tend to work until I drop. This photo reminds me that it’s OK to take a nap now and then. And, you know what I notice most in this photo?: The one weed I missed."

Sigrid: President and CEO of ALODF.  She is based in Virginia.

"My son took this photo. I tend to work until I drop. This photo reminds me that it’s OK to take a nap now and then. And, you know what I notice most in this photo?: The one weed I missed."

 Laurie:  She is a board member of Transplant Village. She has her own blog about living organ donation at   sparebodyparts.com   "This picture makes me think about abundance.  It reminds me to be receptive to a world that provides rather than restricts. When I change the way I look at things, the things I look at change." 

Laurie:  She is a board member of Transplant Village. She has her own blog about living organ donation at  sparebodyparts.com

"This picture makes me think about abundance.  It reminds me to be receptive to a world that provides rather than restricts. When I change the way I look at things, the things I look at change." 

 Anne:  regional director for the Twin Cities chapter of ALODF in Minnesota.   "My husband gave me these anniversary roses last October.  They have long since dried but they are still strong and lovely.  They sit on a bedroom dresser.  I notice them, and consciously or unconsciously, absorb their symbolism, and my spirit is nourished."

Anne:  regional director for the Twin Cities chapter of ALODF in Minnesota. 

"My husband gave me these anniversary roses last October.  They have long since dried but they are still strong and lovely.  They sit on a bedroom dresser.  I notice them, and consciously or unconsciously, absorb their symbolism, and my spirit is nourished."

 
 Sally: regional director for the Connecticut chapter of ALODF   kidunot.org   "This was a picture of my son after he scored the game winning goal which was assisted by the boy who jumped in his arms!   When I look at this picture it shows me what teamwork looks like and how hard work will pay off.  It shows how they trusted each other, how much they care about each other and then relishing in the victory.   Whenever I look at this picture I smile."

Sally: regional director for the Connecticut chapter of ALODF  kidunot.org

"This was a picture of my son after he scored the game winning goal which was assisted by the boy who jumped in his arms!   When I look at this picture it shows me what teamwork looks like and how hard work will pay off.  It shows how they trusted each other, how much they care about each other and then relishing in the victory. 

Whenever I look at this picture I smile."

 Hajime:  regional director of the Washington, D.C. chapter of ALODF.  She has a podcast  "Donors' Stories."     "It took a while for my hubby to warm up to my dog. Here he is resting on my hubby's feet. I imagine my dog thinking: look ma! Daddy and I are bonding!"

Hajime:  regional director of the Washington, D.C. chapter of ALODF.  She has a podcast "Donors' Stories."  

"It took a while for my hubby to warm up to my dog. Here he is resting on my hubby's feet. I imagine my dog thinking: look ma! Daddy and I are bonding!"

 Michael: Vice President and Director of Strategic Partnerships for ALODF.  He is based in Pennsylvania.  "This picture shows me, my sister, and my dad.  It was taken in 2007 in front of the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone National Park.  I love this picture because the trip was at a time when I needed a break from the realities of life.  Yellowstone is a true beauty and wonder of nature."               

Michael: Vice President and Director of Strategic Partnerships for ALODF.  He is based in Pennsylvania.

"This picture shows me, my sister, and my dad.  It was taken in 2007 in front of the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone National Park.  I love this picture because the trip was at a time when I needed a break from the realities of life.  Yellowstone is a true beauty and wonder of nature."

 

 

 

 

 

 

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