I have to ask the QOTD on my Facebook. “Who’s birthday is it today?” I am having a senior moment. Thank goodness, someone in my family has more memory than I do. My oldest sibling Myrna is turning a year … Continue reading
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Just looking at Layla sleeping gives everyone in my family this blissful feeling …. best gift christmas gift ever, the gift of life.
VANCOUVER — A bus driver has had his faith in people restored after witnessing a rider wearing plastic bags instead of shoes given a surprising gift this holiday weekend — a stranger’s own shoes and socks.
The “soul-touching” interaction Saturday on the No. 341 route, a Coast Mountain Bus Co. driver of 16 years who was off-duty at the time while returning from Surrey B.C.’s Vaisakhi parade.
“It made my heart melt,” “He just took his shoes and socks off and said, ‘You can take these, don’t worry about me — I live close by and can walk.’
“People usually don’t care or even look at other people on the bus, they didn’t even want to sit beside this guy because of how he was dressed.”
The recipient was “shocked” by the gift and afterwards remarked, “What a nice guy… Did that really happen?”
Source: Toronto Sun
It’s was a busy Christmas night for Santa and the Tooth Fairy.
Hi, Tita Lady.
Hi, Bud. How ya doing?
My tooth came off.
Oh yah, which one?
The front tooth.
It’s a good time to be good today, Bud.
Because Santa Claus and the Tooth Fairy are coming.
Because if you are good Santa might leave a gift for you.
What about the Tooth Fairy?
The Tooth Fairy might leave a dollar or two under your pillow.
What happens when they run to each other?
I don’t know. It happened before.
Really. I have to go back to work now, Bud.
Okay, love you.
Love you, too, Bud.
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Today, I received a gift. For me, it’s nothing special. From the giver, it’s a very special gift. And the gift is one Mango.
This is a very special mango brought by the three special stooges (my nephews) all the way from Palawan, Philippines. Men think differently when it comes to buying gifts. I wonder what they were thinking in choosing a Mango for a gift? Maybe they though this is a perfect gift? Maybe they thought I want a mango? Maybe they thought of surprising me. Maybe they were not thinking at all? Maybe I will surprise them by returning the gift!
I am happy to receive the gift and happier even more that these young men came home safely. That is the most important part. As for the gift, it’s the thought that counts. It’s a gift from God to bring them back to us, mango included.
Now, allow me to ask these questions. Indulge me, please participate, especially the men. The questions are:
- What if you bought the perfect gift for someone you love and they wouldn’t open it?
- Would you leave it with them so they could think about it and maybe open it later?
- What do you think God does when His gift is not accepted?
If you do not believe in God, think of your higher power or think up of anything. Your comment awaits. Thank you.Source: Patricia
It seemed that it took forever to see a first Canadian baby born in our clan. Finally, when the baby came, we nicknamed her Goldie. Goldie because she is a precious little girl. In her baptism, all of her Uncles and Aunties are her Godparents. I mean all 10 of us plus a few friends of the parents. I’ve lost count.
She is now an adult, fun to be with and the best baker in town. It’s quite funny when she discovered an App that depicts her and started posting it in Facebook.
Here she is preparing for butter shortage, having fun in an accidental spillage, and baking us a cake to remind us of our mortality.
Well, she just celebrated her birthday and here I go again. Happy Birthday, Niece.
As an adult, she hardly receives gifts from us. Instead she gives us gifts, herself, the best gift of all. Never ever change, sweet Niece.