Three months later they decided to come back to Missouri. They traveled the world and touched every single continent, however, they eagerly wanted to come back to their familiar living community.
After coming back home, Mark, Cindy, and their children realized that with loads of money comes loads of responsibility. Envy and jealousy didn’t pass over them and those who found it difficult to swallow made Mark and Cindy’s sweet lives slightly bitter.
They Had to Do What They Had to Do
There were a few things on Mark and Cindy's minds. They knew that before anything else, there were some things on their to-do list, that had to be done. There were some things they couldn't wait for.
They knew that if these things were postponed, they will never happen, and their next destination was China, where their adopted daughter was originally from.
All the Way to China
After China, it was Ireland where Mark and Cindy's ancestors came from. All of this traveling only opened their appetites and made them want to see more and more.
They decided to spend their money on traveling the world and going to places they once could only dream of. Now they could dream, and afford. The world was in their hands.
It Was Time to Settle Down
Mark and Cindy knew exactly what the next step was and how they were going to spend their money. It was time to spread their wealth and share their fortune with their loved ones around.
They decided to help the less fortunate in their community and help the ones who really needed financial aid in Missouri. It was time to give back.
Back to His Roots
Camden Point, Missouri was first. It was where Mark was originally from. The civic project in this town was the first to receive donations and there were more to come. The chief of the area’s fire department, Walt Stubbs, was interviewed by one of the news channels.
He described Mark, Cindy, and their family as modest and traditional people with generosity and big hearts. They were people who did beautiful things for their community, and for that, they should be praised.