Let's tell ourselves that every day: that no one ever becomes poor by giving. That a life given away - that love, time, energy and money - isn't lost once it's handed over. That a person who lives for himself lives for the most selfish, horrible person there is. We can't forget. Let's not forget.
I've been on the getting end of so much this week. A bouquet of roses and honeysuckle yesterday. (Aren't they gorgeous?) Then Charlotte Lyons sent wool. Grace sent a pricey bottle of champagne - my favorite and definitely NOT on my to-buy list any time soon. And Angie... a faithful reader of this blog... came across a vintage Texas Trivia game while thrifting up north and sent it on down with thoughts and well wishes.
I know it's not possible to give too much, but you all come close. I'm so blessed. Thank you all. Thanks for thinking of me and praying for me and sending your stories and wishes and thoughts and prayers. One day I'll think of way to return the blessings. Until then, please remember: no one ever becomes poor by giving. Thanks muchly. -Brin