There are so many ways in which blessings come to us; visits, caring phone calls and emails. People asking for prayer and someone saying they are praying for us are blessings. Getting an unexpected hug in times of social distancing is a definite blessing. Knowing God loves us and is with us always is the ultimate blessing. In these uncertain times, it is so good to know that. Happy Sunday.
This was in my inbox yesterday. Please pray for the huggers…I’m one of them.
It has been eight weeks since I’ve had a hug. To all who are missing their hugs, this is for you.
I’m hoping everyone is coping as well as can be expected with isolation and social distancing. As for me, I’m in severe hug withdrawal, so am sending hugs to all my friends and family including the blogging world. Happy Saturday.
This is for all my friends and family I haven’t been able to reach lately! This includes church and blogging friends. I will be delighted to get at least one hug back. 🙂 Happy Saturday.
There many things in everyday life that we can pass on to others in their time of need, namely:
A smile A song A good thought A good word A prayer A special gift A hug A good deed A word of encouragement
Whatever moves you to share…pass it on. Happy Saturday.
It would be nice to sit and chat with you over coffee or a tea.
You would catch me up on your life and news
And ask the same of me.
We would share our happiness and woes
We would laugh and cry together
But the one thing that we wouldn’t do
Is talk about the weather!
It’s too hot,
It’s too cold,
It’s too wet
And it’s too…ugh!
Then, we’d end our conversation
With a huge and heartfelt hug!
Any day is hug day but today see how many hugs you can give and get. If you feel like sending one or two my way I will love it! Happy Saturday.
My seven-year-old great-grandson loves his twenty-one-month-old little sister more than words can say. This picture says it all. Remember that saying, “actions speak louder than words”? This is it in a nutshell. My prayer is that we and the world would know such pure love.
Whether you are a hockey fan or not you might like this little item from a Toronto newscast last night.
Montreal Canadiens’ thirty-one-year-old goalie, Carey Price, took time to give a caring and meaningful hug to an eleven-year-old fan who had lost his mother to cancer last November. Carey is the boy’s idol, and the sheer joy of the moment moved the youngster to tears.
Here is a small clip from the newscast:
“Carey Price was a class act, not only giving Anderson two signed sticks, a signed puck, signed his jersey and mini-stick, but he also gave him the biggest hug,”
Anderson was not the only one moved to tears…yours truly also shed a few to see such an open show love. Happy Saturday.