I received kindness this morning. It came all the way from my blogging friend in Ireland, Kat. You can find Kat here at Cats and Threads .
The story… I wrote a post a while back about a dishcloth I made with a yarn I found I disliked when I started using it. Kat showed an interest in the yarn so it seemed the perfect answer was to send her the yarn with a Christmas card. Kat, forgetting it was arriving had a lovely surprise as it arrived on a day that such a gift was needed.
I’m sure you have had such a thing happen to you on ‘one of those days’.
And so it was for me today. This morning I was still cloaked in the sadness of last night. Such things linger with me. Your lovely comments did help, thank you 🙂 I prayed about it. I keep my faith so close to me that I forget to share it.
When Kat asked for my address I thought it would be to send a thank you. The post arrived…
…bringing sunshine and kindness to my heart ❤💛💜
Thank you so much dear Kat. I shall save the Christmassy dishcloth to use on Christmas day and the beautiful crocheted snowflake is about to be put on our driftwood tree.
We do acts of kindness without even thinking of it as such much of the time.
A kindness doesn’t stay as one single little act. A kindness grows in someone’s heart like ripples when a pebble is thrown into water.
I’m grateful and my sadness has dissipated. God bless.