In this day and age when thin is in, don’t you just love an occasional round, plump something. Now, just think about it. The full moon? A glorious, pink peony in full bloom? A juicy, ripe plum?
Well, for the last couple of weeks the ultimate round, plump things have been hitting Dallas fundraisers full blast.
First, the Baylor Health Care System Foundation’s Celebrating Women scored a major coup the day before the October 24 lunch benefiting efforts to rid the world of breast cancer. The Baylor crew held their breath and their silence until the luncheon and then Foundation President Robin Robinson announced that the Spangenberg Family Foundation had gifted $1M for the battle. More about that in a later post.
If you don’t think $1M fits the round, plump description, rethink. A one followed by six zeroes seems pretty darn round and plump around here, especially when it’s benefiting North Texas charities.