Quiet Kindness

Those of you who have read my blog for a while know of my mortal fear of sharks. So the feature image might not seem to match the title or my theme of shark avoidance and utter chickenness. But hold on, there is a point.

In this season of political ugliness, I just wanted to share some kindness. My family and I have been the recipient of so much of it over the past two years. The acts that speak volumes to me are often the simple, quiet touches that no one may ever hear about. There is much good out there.

I got a package in the mail after I wrote about my necklace – which is a substitute for the shark’s tooth necklace Kylie and I wanted. In it, were three teeth (that I’m sure were plucked from a live great white) and a very kind note. The sender and I are both parents. While one of us had no luck in finding and one found an abundance, each of us savored the special moments with our children – and that’s what it’s all about.



Thank you, Donna. I truly appreciate your kindness. It is a call to action for all of us to share from our abundance, whatever that may be.

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