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Exclusive BONUS HON Photo:
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“What advice would you give a large group of people?”
“Do something you really love.”
“What’s something you’ve done that you really loved?”
“I rode my bicycle through India. It was like being on a different planet. Traveling in a place that’s so foreign, I didn’t always know what was going on. And it didn’t matter. It was amazing.”
P.S. Here’s what current HON followers are saying:
“Reading your page is like warming myself beside a lovely backyard fire.” – Kit Kodiak
“I originally saw “humans of New York” on f/b. I’m glad to see it has become more local to me.” – Stephanie Kress
“I just love how we can share and lift each other up on here. For some people just the friendly faces and stories in here can totally make ones day!” – Christine Court Harman
“Love HON!” – June Bug
“I miss Nelson and my family and your page makes me feel a little closer to home.” – Joe Korah
“For those of us that are currently out of town for a while for school, its a nice reminder of home” – Scott Siray
“Thank-you for this and the lovely work you are doing.” – Elaine Smith
“I’d like to thank you and say you’re doing a great job! I miss Nelson so much and living in the city it’s nice to come on the Ol’ Facebook and see some familiar faces or just some lovely people saying some beautiful words with gorgeous Nelson in the background. It makes my day sometimes, so THANK YOU!” – Alynne Marie Marion
“I love your site! it’s so incredible to have an open mind without passing judgement. I like to read about other peoples views/perspectives/histories… it’s all so interesting and engaging :))” – Barbara Robitaille
“Love what you are doing.” – Deb McIntosh
“If we ever stumble across each other, so help me it better be a good hair day.” – Victoria Hayes
This project means a lot to me and I can promise you that I’ll do everything in my power to make your life better and fill your email inbox with a delightful blend of photos and stories of the random strangers I stop and ask, “Hi, do you mind if I take your photo?”
I couldn’t be more excited to have you in our little community. You’re part of the family now.