I really wanted to just keep walking, when I knew that the lady was 20 feet behind me. I hate having to hold the door for someone who walks so slow, but I hate when I feel I have to rush when others are holding the door for me because I will walk as slow as I flippin want to. Anyways, I pushed the handicap door button for her for both doors and bout time the elevator came, she was inside. I asked her how she like that door service. lol. She said she wondered if I did that on purpose and she loved it. she said it made her day. She smiled so big and felt so good. Hopefully the kindness will spread and she will do something for the next and that person for the next. Happy Hump Day!
My grandson was born at 28 weeks. He only weighed 2 pounds and was 14 inches long. He is in the NICU and will be there for 6 more weeks. My daughter is off work an travels back and forth to be with him. She can really use some help with meals and transportation expenses to and from the hospital. Please help if you can. every little bit helps.
The cold weather of Minnesota keeps the rift raft out of the state. The cold is our ally. Not many people can bare the chill. We don’t need the extra company anyway. It just keeps crime down and jobs open. We know how to bunker down, keep warm, and have fun with Old Man Winter and the Arctic Blasts. I love Minnesota.
National hugging day is celebrated on January 21 every year in the United States. This day was created and copyrighted in 1986 by Rev. Kevin Zaborney.
Hugging is considered to be a sign of love and affection. It can take away stress and fears. It is mostly used at the time of grief or when celebrating an accomplishment or special occurrence.
It is also a therapeutic technique for mental patients. It does not have to be just for family or friends, but for someone in need of comfort. Remember on January 21, 2016 to give someone a hug.
This is a question that is asked every year. I tell my children, a clean house and no arguing. This is what I have been getting for 26 years. I am happy with that. As my family got older, we tried to do the name drawing thing, but it only worked one time. Getting everyone together to draw names was a hassle, so we stopped that. One year, only children got gifts, once again, it only worked one time. I was fortunate enough to get everybody in my family a watch one year, i got nothing, but it was okay. I felt the Christmas joy of giving.
I have told my kids after they were old enough to THINK there is no Santa that Santa IS TOO REAL. He sprinkles magic dust in my purse and dad’s wallet so we can buy things for them. This magic comes in the form of sudden overtime at work when overtime is hardly ever offered, LOL. Now there is extra cash to use right?
Now I ask, what do you want to eat for Christmas? This is the new Christmas question.