Social Good Moms and Global Team of 200 Celebrate World Water Day

Celebrate World Water Day with Tawanna Browne Smith 

Celebrate World Water Day with Connie Roberts 

Celebrate World Water Day with Jennifer Barbour 

I can’t even imagine a life where I would have to worry about the water that I drink or that there is proper sanitation around. We are truly blessed to live in America and not have those worries, but what do you think the parents and kids who don’t live here go through each day? Can we even make a difference? Do we need to travel to those places without clean water and build them proper facilities ourselves? How can we teach our kids to appreciate the small things in life? (via Insights by April: World Water Day March 22 with WaterAid America)

I can’t even imagine a life where I would have to worry about the water that I drink or that there is proper sanitation around. We are truly blessed to live in America and not have those worries, but what do you think the parents and kids who don’t live here go through each day? Can we even make a difference? Do we need to travel to those places without clean water and build them proper facilities ourselves? How can we teach our kids to appreciate the small things in life? (via Insights by April: World Water Day March 22 with WaterAid America)

We all need and use water. Sometimes we take for granted the fact that it is so easy for some of us to just turn a knob and clean water comes rushing out. Lots of other people don’t have that luxury. The spend hours and sometimes all day walking just to get clean water to drink, cook or bathe. I even pay to buy bottled water just so that I know it that the water I give my daughter is clean. Can you imagine seeing a bottle of water with brown cloudy water in it?

March 22, 2013 is World Water Day | The Steady Hand

This woman above? Until recently, Ayelech, a 22-year-old mother of two living in Lehayte, Ethiopia spent over two hours a day searching for water and carrying it home in two large jerry cans on her back. She gave birth to her second child, Oytiba, while on the side of river filling her cans. I just can’t imagine having to spend hours of my day walking to get water. And while pregnant? No way! I had a hard enough time waddling through the store with my giant belly and having to be on my feet for more than twenty minutes at a time. (via World Water Day 2013)

This woman above? Until recently, Ayelech, a 22-year-old mother of two living in Lehayte, Ethiopia spent over two hours a day searching for water and carrying it home in two large jerry cans on her back. She gave birth to her second child, Oytiba, while on the side of river filling her cans. I just can’t imagine having to spend hours of my day walking to get water. And while pregnant? No way! I had a hard enough time waddling through the store with my giant belly and having to be on my feet for more than twenty minutes at a time. (via World Water Day 2013)

Celebrate World Water Day with Cristie Ritz-King 

Celebrate World Water Day with Jennifer Wagner 

Celebrate World Water Day with Julia Gibson