Operation Photo Rescue is a league of photographers and graphic designers who help survivors of natural disasters recover irreplaceable family photos.
When a town is hard hit by a natural disaster, OPR gets together and holds copy runs, sessions where people from the public can bring photos in to be salvaged. Kind of an amazing way to help survivors emotionally heal!
p.s. If you’re looking for other ways to help survivors of the tornado in Oklahoma, you can also donate to the Red Cross.
Ten years from now, one of my most distinct memories of my & Tuck’s first summer in this house will be “camping” in the backyard. The feeling of trekking down to the water with a bunch of quilts, pillows, and flashlights. Me, giggling all the while about what the neighbors must think to see our tent just a mere 50 feet from our home. Rushing inside in the morning to cook breakfast and then bringing everything out in travel mugs and on paper plates. My only hope is that ten years from now when I’m thinking back on these nights it will be while we are doing the exact same thing- plus a few more pillows and tugging some little blue eyed rugrats beside us.