Thanks, Tabor. That made my morning. I wish I had your email.
Oh, Tabor. Little acts of kindness, something given without expectation, are the greatest gifts. Both stories are beautiful. Yours inspired another, and it will pay forward even more.
Taking the extra time to help and console is a beautiful thing.Hope all continues to go well with you too.
Aww. You are very kind. Thank you for the mention. It all started with you! :)
That was touching. I can see your post from yesterday flitting across the blogosphere and out into the world. May it be!
Thanks for the link. That was a wonderful story. Sometimes it takes courage to be kind.
I'm back from the other 2posts. I forgot to wish you well with your health in the previous post. Blessings.Yes, going to the doctor(s) is a pain, however, I thank God that I was born in the good ol' U.S. :)
Yes, I will after I say....you have a wonderful sense of color and balance. Just get your art well framed...one piece at a time will do. Hang big with small in groups on some walls and one on another. :) Next time we come east it will be to go through the panama canal....I'm sorry.
Thank you for the link.It is a really touching story.
I visited the site. Amazing that your post inspired such love.
Well done her - and well done you. Hugs deserved all round, I think!
I too was going to use your post for a post of my own. But mine would have been far more clinical, matter-of-fact. I went and read Kat’s tale t made me positively emotional.
RYN: and here I am answering another note. :)The thought I hate is that I might acomplish so little in the last half of my life...little that mattered. I've always plodded on and accomplished much even if I wasn't in charge. Lately I've done nothing of note, and I feel strongly that have needed to bestir myself.
I just realized how close gaze and glaze are!
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