The MySweetCharity elves were bound and determined to get organized in 2013. As mentioned earlier, they bought a big, old desk calendar and started jotting down nonprofit events that were on the radar in the months ahead.
OMG! The calendar soon had to be replaced by gargantuan wall calendars of plexiglass that could be updated as information changed. It became a Herculean chore, but it made the elves feel empowered and accomplished.
Well, the word got around that the elves had undertaken this mammoth project and folks started sending in all types of activities.
Then Queenie woke from her January hibernation and asked why there were no elves to wait on her. The elder elf told her they were all preoccupied with “the calendar.”
“Harrumph,” the old gal huffed. “And who is to benefit from all of this gathering and toiling?”
The elves looked around and all fingers pointed to Queenie.
“Wrong! A project like this is only perfect if it is shared,” Queenie said. “We must open it to all and hope that the members of the MSC community will provide even more events that profit the charitable efforts in North Texas.”
With the Queenie experiencing a temporary period of brilliance, the elves undertook a MySweetCharity calendar for all to use.
It will debut tomorrow, but it will not be perfect. Elves hate perfection, don’t you know. Try it out. Click on all parts of it. Some will have photos; some will have descriptions; and all will have details about the nonprofit activities upcoming. Take it for a spin around the block. If you see a date where your event is not listed, submit it. There’s even a button at the top right corner for that. It’s right next to the Highland Park Village banner.