The Pinchas Foundation was Co-Founded by the Creator of Smiles For All

Smiles For All

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Gimme All the Leaves

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I was walking on a sunny day in Autumn. I can just imagine that he’s inhaling all the leaves in the road. What a job! [ Read More ]

Mom’s Cure For The Common Cold [PODCAST]

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Shelley shares a funny true story about an herbal remedy her mom recommended to her after she experienced a series of colds.   [ Read More ]

Oops, Wrong Button

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I was in flight when we hit a patch of very rough air just after a young teenager, obviously on her first flight, had entered the bathroom. [ Read More ]

Bubbles, Bubbles, Everywhere!

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It was on the must-have list for my first apartment. For some, it was a luxury; I considered it a necessity. It was a bathtub. I know it sounds silly and simple, but it was extremely important to me. [ Read More ]

A Parliamentary Prank [VIDEO]

Justin entertains Smiles For All’s first Story Night with a tale of pulling a fast one in the notoriously “deliberate” world of Model U.N. [ Read More ]

Let’s Get to that Tree Branch

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This is a tree in the back of our new house. The professional tree cutter has an obscure way for reaching the top. [ Read More ]

QUIZ: Christmas Gift for 3-Year-Old or 23-Year-Old?

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A Christmas quiz that also serves as insight into what to get your (2)3 year old. [ Read More ]

Text Mistake

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This was a hilarious miscommunication that everyone can relate to. Anyone who hasn’t spoken to or sent a text to a friend in a while worries about something like this happening and I just had to share! [ Read More ]

The Irate Escape [PODCAST]

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Vincy tells the story of helping his son find a job. It turns out to be a harder journey than they expected! [ Read More ]

How To Make Customer Service Interactions More Fun, Part II

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December 6. 2014– Dear Secret Diary, continuing last week’s discussion on how to add fun and spice to customer service interactions, I thought I’d share some more of my favorite responses to, “How can I help you?”    [ Read More ]