These are some of the things you did yesterday to make the world a better place.
Greeting the elderly with a smile and a hug, upgrading a buildings energy efficiency, donating clothing, shoes, and warm winter coats.
|macrame snowflakes made by my mother, Lynn Montgomery|
Leaving $5 with the cashier at Starbucks as a surprise gift for a stranger in line, donating to a food bank, making quilts for a charity, dinner for a friend, using your skills and talents to help a school choir hem dresses, sending a surprise gift. Reaching out to difficult family members.
You are amazing people
“Some people choose not to donate their services because they believe that it somehow devalues them by ‘giving them away.’ In truth, there is nothing that demonstrates the value of your skills more than putting them to good use for a cause you believe in.” ~Scott Allen
Yesterday I remembered to greet him at the door with a big smile and a hug and an “I love you” instead of launching straight into the “get out your homework and stop fighting me” speech. Then I managed to keep my patience with this recalcitrant child who is brilliant but hates homework.
Tell me what you are going to do today.
I think reading these comments is going to be the highlight of every day this month.