People You Meet

Sometimes we meet people who change our lives. We bond instantly, we have the same values, goals and vision. I’ve been so fortunate to meet so many of these people since I started writing my blog. It’s part networking, part caring when reading others stories, and part just meant to be. (Bershert) I was with two of those people yesterday, and the good feelings have stayed with me all day today.

I’ve done a few good deeds. Written to a few service people and told them, thank you for keeping us free. I’ve written to a little girl who is doing a school project and I am trying to finish my year end letters so I can mail them before we leave for California on Wednesday.

I have been thinking about the holidays. What part of our population will be spending holidays alone? More than we know, I’m sure. Do we know someone who is alone, divorced, widowed, or a caregiver?  Someone who is sick, someone who needs a friend. A phone call once in a while would be helpful. Or a card. Or a visit.

Just giving you something to think about.

In the meantime, give the gift that lasts forever, and costs nothing. Adopt A Caregiver. Tell them your fried Helene sent you.

Keep love and kisses in your life Helene