Friday, November 21, 2014

ThanksGIVING challenge!

Hello there!

So, many of you know I work at Subway.

Now all of you do. XD

Anyway, I had an idea... because, folks, next week is thanksgiving. Next week we get to have turkey and pie and ohmygoodness cranberry sauce. Seriously. It's going to be awesome!

photo: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/alton-brown/good-eats-roast-turkey-recipe.html


But not everyone is going to get to sit down at their dinner table and pray over a heaping plate of food. Some would be thankful just to have a pack of crackers for Thanksgiving.

You see where I'm going with this now, huh?

Because from now until the end of the year... Subway is having an insane deal. A 6" Meatball OR Cold Cut sandwich is only two dollars..... and a foot long is $4.00.

Now comes the "Ahh I see."



Meatball sandwiches are super filling. And if anything, it's comfort food. (there is a heating tax though, so that comes to like $2.15- $2.40 at the register.)

And Cold Cuts are yummy, and you can pile them with a ton of toppings and it still works. :) (plus you don't have to have them heated, so they come as an even $2.00 and will still taste good half an hour later haha)

Now, ideally, homemade food would be best. But it's the holidays, and we all get a little overloaded, and this is incredibly convenient and inexpensive.

SO. I have a challenge for you:
What if you spent two dollars -that's less than a pumpkin spice latte or a bag of some kinds of chips- on someone else? What if you gave a meal to someone who can't afford their own? There are a lot of people who don't have homes- who are on the streets for Thanksgiving... would it not be awesome to give them something along with a Gospel Tract and a smile?

Let's give thanks this year by giving to others. :)