I call them " forever moments" . Moments in time when an individual says something that is powerfully motivating ; it becomes engrained in your memory...even changing the course of your life. It was about 10 years ago when I heard it. David Suzuki was being interviewed. " As a young man I used to believe that global change came by thinking globally..I was wrong. Now I am an old man and see that change comes by thinking locally and then you can change things globally". I recently returned from a Mission's trip to the Czech Republic. During the opening session , the host tried to explain the location of Albert County to a curious crowd of students. There had been teams from large cities in Canada and the United States...but here was a team from Albert County... just where in the world was that? My week of English classes ended with many tears and hugs and warm wishes from the Czech people. In a land far away, a small group group of community minded people made a lasting impression globally. By the end of the week students would walk up to me and in broken English ask " Rhonda...is this... what I am eating healthy?" We just can't help it can we. Who we are and what we believe rubs off on other people. The pictures included on this blog are footloose members who have taken the challenge to international levels. Evelyn Wachs from Riverside-Albert sends her photo from Crimea Island, Ukraine. My photo is taken on the famous Charles Bridge in Prague, Czech Republic, and Phyllis Hudson in front of St Peter's Basilica Rome Italy.