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Tag Archives: service
Holiday Haiku #2 #2 A Christmas wish list: “Peace on earth good will to men” It can start with me.
In class this morning we were discussing King Benjamin’s sermon on service. During the lesson I took out my ipad to pull up a quote and saw that husband (who had no idea what our lesson was on) had emailed … Continue reading
Inspired by the incident I blogged about here, I called and chatted with my mom yesterday. I was thinking about her example of selflessly serving others that I try to emulate. She is an Ugly Quilter–a group named for the … Continue reading
After work I went to Joann Fabric and bought some Christmas prints on sale to use as gift wrap. As I was heading in to the store, a young man approached me and said he and his brother were homeless … Continue reading
Last week my daughter called me to “confess” that she messed up. She was upset that she didn’t follow through quick enough on a prompting to help someone. A woman in line at Panda Express in front of her had … Continue reading
Home concentrating on pain management:• getting TLC from Husband • instructing Husband on the fine art of green smoothies (including how to cut an avocado.)• finally making progress with the audio book version of Atlas Shrugged.• watching back episodes of … Continue reading
What are you doing to celebrate this day, the last of its kind in our lifetime? Husband and I made 12 dozen cookies for friends and neighbors with this accompanying (original) poem: 12/12/12You are one of 12 on this historic … Continue reading
Yes, I had a yard sale yesterday. I don’t like to do yardsales, and I only made $15 on my “stuff,” but there was a Higher Purpose to the sale, and on that count, it was a huge success. I … Continue reading