|I received this before Christmas from Jocelyn!|
I could not believe that someone sent this for no reason except they cared.
The book is Praying God's Will For My Son and then the movie is a life changing movie.
Thank you Jocelyn!
|"Little Gifts" mean a lot!|
I received these seeds from Darla!
She shared her seeds last year and I enjoyed them all year long.
When I saw that she was offering to send them this year I was so excited.
Thank you Darla!!!
|Look at this beautiful Dish cloth! |
I joined a swap over at Farm Girls!
This dish cloth is from Susan B. and she doesn't have a blog.
Thank you Susan!
I sent her one of my yellow and white dish cloths.
My friend Becky shared this site with me and told me about the dish cloth swap!
This was so much fun!
|This is some fabric and quilt blocks that my "Cousin Nancy" sent me.|
I love it!
Thank you Nancy!
|My "Sweet Mother" always gives me a subscription to a magazine for my birthday.|
This is the one I have enjoyed this past year!
Thank you Mom!
I wanted to tell you about this "Little Gifts" Campaign that Becky has going on over at her blog!
I loved this idea. When I saw it I thought of all the gifts I have received from bloggers, family and friends.
We all want to give but Becky is showing us that it is also the little things that make a difference.
So I am joining her in trying to do some little things. I can't always do big gifts but I can share a hello, a smile, an email or a phone call to someone that may need that on that very day. The first day that I joined this campaign it really made me stop and think and be aware that there are hurting people everywhere. I was sitting at the hospital with the family of a sick friend and a man came to change the trash bag in the garbage can. I had watched as he worked and noticed that nobody acknowledged him. He looked so unhappy. So I thought to myself....how can I brighten his day? I am naturally a shy person so this is a challenge for me. I asked him how he was and then we talked about the snow that was coming. I thanked him for his service that he provided. As he walked away he had a smile on his face and told us to be careful going home. I ended up with the blessing. There are many people that we can not help. Sometimes it will take a miracle and that is out of my hands except for praying. Everybody is fighting some kind of battle but we can do some little things that might cheer someone along their way. If you would like to join in please visit her blog. You will be blessed. So thank you Becky for making me stop and think about the "Little Gifts".
I am thankful for..................the little things that make a difference.