April 1, 2020

OAC 338 My Silly Moment!

I'm sending this out to put a smile on your face and a chuckle in your voice.  I think we all need to have a few extra ones of those right now. This is one of my fun adventures that turned into a giggle fest that I cherish and love to share. I'd...


I'm sending this out to put a smile on your face and a chuckle in your voice.  I think we all need to have a few extra ones of those right now.

This is one of my fun adventures that turned into a giggle fest that I cherish and love to share.

I'd love to hear if you can relate to this funny one!  I know as I've personally shared this silly moment, many of us have experienced the same moment, just not with the same end results.

I also want to re-iterate what we all need to feel right now - being connected.  Are you picking up the phone and saying Hi to someone you've not spoken to in a while or that you feel compelled to check on?

I surprised myself by answering an email from someone I have not had any interest in connecting to in a life time of memories ago.  But it felt good to let the past fall away and to include that person who extended prayers to me.  Wild - I never thought I would ever do that.

And, of course, I mention the one way that is easier for some people to reach out is to send a card, note, or picture because mail is still being delivered and the virus is not lingering on any of it. 

If you don't have any stamps or cards or ways to send your friend or family member a note, just a reminder you can send cards from a free account with my HeyCardLady.com system, just have to fund it for what you want to send.  Easy and done for you, just put your words and pictures in it.  Or I believe the post office may still be open for stamps - I'd love a picture from my great grand baby who at 3 is quite the artist :-)

I missed getting this done in March because I had to do a do over and than oops, it's April!  First time in 6 years I did not do at least one a month - plan on fixing that! I've only done 3 do overs in all these years, but had to be done!

Be safe, stay healthy and we will overcome together.

Passing On A Smile and a Virtual Hug,

Gail