I was oh so pleasantly surprised with a little blue box from my husband on this day last year. It's been a year, and I am still just as proud to have my apple pendant dangle from my neck.
When I was poking around for ideas about where to donate in connection with Tiffany and Co., I had a thought. Shocking, I know. I have always adored Breakfast at Tiffanys, and I know that Audrey Hepburn was a great humanitarian. She spent many years of her life working for UNICEF, and her sons created a charity in her honor. On the website for the Audrey Hepburn Children's Fund, her longtime partner is quoted as saying,
“Audrey never, it seems to me, strove or hoped to leave a lasting legacy with her films. Certainly she was tickled by the fact that so many of them had become as popular as they did.
What I feel she would have wanted, had she been given more time, would have been to continue her efforts on behalf of children - because she knew it is a never-ending task with much still to be accomplished. If there is anything she would have wished for it is that her work be continued.
Audrey's innate sense of modesty kept her from ever becoming fully aware of the impact she had - through her work with UNICEF - in raising awareness of the plight of children. Given the immense love and tenderness she felt for her own children - the knowledge of having inspired them to continue her work would have been her greatest reward.”
Audrey's charity supports organizations the support kids around the world. I supported this fund today.
Funny movie, funny friends. Fun Friday night. :)
Thank you, bridesmaids, you made my day.