I'd forgotten about this tonight until I was seeing what was on about an hour and a half ago. Tried to get some sleep, it wasn't happening, so instead of tossing and turning... Every year, CNN asks for their viewers around the World to nominate someone who is just an everyday ordinary person, who has stepped up and done something extraordinary. Those nominations are then paired down to 10 and CNN posts their Profiles at their website for everyone to vote for, w/the winner of all the winners (Which these people w/out a doubt are) being announced at a Gala Event, which was earlier tonight/last night. To nominate a CNN Hero for 2013 and to see and learn more about the very worthy CNN Hero of 2012 and her organization and the other 9 Nominees and the Organizations they've started and helping people w/, just go over to... CNN Heroes Homepage The Lady who is the Hero for this year is beyond worthy and is fighting to help the Children of Nepal have a better future by providing a home for them while their Parent/Parents serve their respective Prison Sentence. You see, in Nepal, if a parent needs to go to Prison and there's no one they can trust to take care of their child, then that child also goes to Prison. Now, thanks to The Butterfly Home this Lady founded, these children have a safe place to go to live and be safe. As well as receiving the education every Child should have access to regardless of their circumstances. As I said, a very worthy Recipient of the Honour this year. Their story and all of the stories are over there to not only watch and learn about, but if there's an Organization over there you really feel inspired by, there's also links to be able to give them a donation. The great thing though? From now until the New Year comes in at Midnight on December 31st, Google will be waiving their transaction fees for any donation made through the web site. That way, 100% of the donations will be going to the Respective Organizations. Also Subaru is matching the donations dollar for dollar up to $50,000. So many of us have too much stuff we don't need. Wouldn't making a donation to one of these worthy causes be a great gift for someone this year for Christmas? Just a thought. Anyway...Did anyone else watch? It truly is amazing what one person can do, isn't it?