Jeremy and I spent Saturday afternoon enjoying Jacksonville while volunteering downtown.
The Florida Times-Union, where Jeremy works, decided to create a special "pink" edition of the newspaper to sell downtown. The proceeds went to help women dealing with breast cancer pay for their treatment.
Here's what the pink paper looked like: (a few old people complained that they couldn't read it, even though the printing was clearer than usual!)
Here's Jeremy, peddling our wares:
And here's me doing the same:
We were stationed at The Landing, a cool restaurant/entertainment spot right on the St. John's River downtown. There was an "art festival" going on while we were there (I put "art festival" in quotes, because there were only a handful of exhibits.)
Here's one of the artists reading the paper:
While we were working, we were entertained by cool jugglers...
We also got to enjoy a nice view!
Overall, it was a great day to be a do-gooder!