Welp, one month from today is Valentine's Day! And what does that mean? Free stuff from people that love you...mostly red stuff, stuff with hearts, stuff with candy and stuff with stuffing. And I'm all about surprises...like this sweet little Owl I got in the mail yesterday...just because, from a dear friend that I've known for many, many years. It's amazing how a tiny little gesture can swell your heart so much!
And she wrote me the sweetest little "Thank you" card about how I make her smile with all of my facebook posts and photos! So sweet!! You know, the best way to make someone's day is just a random act of kindness. I've been going through some of my stuff and randomly sending tiny things to people on my mailing list...next Monday I'll be sending this cute little flying pig to somebody...
...maybe you! If you are interested in receiving a "random act of kindness" from me and not sure if I have your mailing address, please leave a comment on this post and I'll add you to my address book. No worries, comments have to be approved by me before being published, so I'm the only one that will see your address. And, for the hell of it, in keeping with the theme of random acts and Valentine's Day. I'll be giving a pair of these away next Tuesday [January 21st].
And all you have to do for a chance to win them is comment on this post, or leave a comment on the link to this blog on my facebook page. That's it! Good luck! And, if you want to see these up close and read all about them, they are for sale in my Etsy shop!
And if you are sitting around, needing some comfort food, this potato soup is to die for!! OMG! It is so good! Wayne ate three whole bowls full and I think we are going to have it again tonight, since we are attending a "GMO" lecture/seminar with Jeffery Smith at 7 o'clock [which I'm excited about and will tell you more about later].
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love and peace always ~ Kathy
"The tragedy of life is not death, but what we let die inside of us while we live." ~ Native American