Last October Rob and I went to Savannah to visit my middle sister for her 60th birthday. My mom, my oldest sister and her husband also came too. It was really nice to spend some time with my family. It doesn’t happen very often so I enjoy it when it does. We decided to go to downtown Savannah for the day. My eldest sister lent me a beautiful scarf to wear because it was a little chilly. I loved that scarf and didn’t want to give it back to her but of course, I did.
Last week I came home from work and found a package at my door. Inside was a present from my sister. Yes, it was the scarf! She told me that someone had challenged her to “Pay It Forward” and for some reason I popped into her head so she sent it to me. I was so surprised and thankful so I made her this card.
Rob and I like to “Pay It Forward” and try to do it often. I would like to encourage everyone who reads my blog to do a little something for someone in the next week or so. It doesn’t have to be big or expensive. Just send someone something that might make them smile. It could be a handmade card or letter or it could be a small gift. It could even be sent anonymously. It might even make you feel better and smile.