I don’t spend enough time outdoors. But yesterday I walked around our shady yard trying to figure out if there was any place that got enough sun to put in a small garden (next year, and my sister will be rolling her eyes if she reads this, because I have never gardened lol).
While I was out back I spotted these teeny tiny pine cones in the grass. So naturally I thought, “Those would be cute on a card (because really, what tiny thing wouldn’t, right?).”
So I picked some up and brought them in. When I put them on a card, I’ll post a picture.
And now I have another reason to get outside every day – to go on a tiny treasure hunt!
What tiny treasures have you found to put on your cards?
The long-anticipated day finally arrived – I am officially retired!
All my life I thought it was sad that so many of us go through life working at a job we don’t necessarily like, just because we have to, and wishing impatiently for the weekend/next day off/vacation.
I hear that the millennial generation feels very strongly about finding work they can be passionate about, and where they can actually make a difference. But that’s not unique to them. Wouldn’t most of us like to spend our time doing something fulfilling, while knowing that we were leaving the world a better place because of what we did?
We don’t always have the luxury of waiting for the perfect job. But as human beings, we can make a difference in the world, one day at a time, one person at a time.
Practice kindness. Tell someone they’re appreciated. Offer help when you can. Smile at people.
We’re all in this together. And you never know what little gesture or word of encouragement may inspire someone to “pay it forward,” or to go on to do great things that benefit us all.
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