Wednesday, July 17, 2013

A heart healthy post.

My cousin posted this on her facebook page and I thought it was worth sharing here. Love this.


19 comments:

Ginny said...

Sorry, it's 1:30 A.M and I am beat!

Duni said...

This is GREAT!

Marg said...

I loved that commercial and to tell the truth I didn't even notice the difference in the parents until the stink came up. I just think that little girl is too cute. Sometimes people are sooooooo stooopid.

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Altho, I'm in total agreement, I can't help but think that a lot of this is 'staged'...in other words, their is a script.

HOOTIN ANNI said...

....sorry, it should read THERE is a script.

Catherine said...

When I saw the commercial for the first time I didn't think too much about it except how cute the little girl is and how much I like Cheerios. Especially Honey Nut Cheerios! LOL!

But oh my people are stupid aren't they? I liked this little video you posted. I watched the whole thing. 'Staged' or not, it's a good message.

xo Catherine

Out on the prairie said...

A nice topic, saw a variety of thoughts while teaching

Sandra said...

i did not notice they were mixed race, did not know why anyone would not like the commercials, just like the kids i thought why? those kids are all so smart and cute

Donna said...

I hadn't seen the commercial before and didn't know of any controversy. I truly wish that folks would get past the whole race issue. Unfortunately, there are some folks who stir up division because it benefits them in some way.

Grace said...

It seemed like some of the older girls were reading from a teleprompter but the younger kids seemed totally real and natural.

Sandee said...

It's adorable and I can't see what all the fuss is about.

The kids get it. Hello.

Have a terrific day. My best to Duke. ☺

Sharkbytes said...

I watched it yesterday. Hope these kids can hold on to their indifference to color.

Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

Whoa, I didn't even notice that it was depicting a mixed-race family until it was pointed out to the kids! Yeah for me! What did I win?

BeadedTail said...

I saw that on the news this morning and sure wish certain adults could learn from these kids!

Betsy Adams said...

I had not seen the commercial --and if I would have, I probably wouldn't even notice the mixed race... Wish our country (especially politicians) would think about us as the United States of America --and not white America and black America. We have taken steps backward the past several years... Quite a shame.
Hugs,
Betsy

SweetMarie said...

I hadn't seen this commercial. And after watching it I didn't even realize it was a mixed family. Cute and smart kids! :)

Dee said...

People need to grow up and like the little girl said...it is just sad.

A Quiet Corner said...

Since I don't watch TV, I am not familiar with commercials...but Cheerios has. Great script in that one....:)JP

Chatty Crone said...

I've seen it a million times and think it is adorable = she loves her daddy. sandie

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