Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Have coffee with me


Sending you over to Southern Bourbon Mountains today.  A reminder that the gladness of Christmas is hope and love.  A great post you really must read.  Click here.



Then pop back here, and share with us whether the post changed your week at all, and Friday, December 23rd, I'll send a randomly selected guest a gift card for a cup of coffee for you and a friend at Starbucks.  How fun is that?

9 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh, these are some of the sweetest stories I have read. I have tears running down my face. How kind of someone to do this. I know exactly what I am going to do.
    Thank you for sharing this with me. Sometimes we forget how fortunate we are!
    Teresa
    xoxo

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  2. It is going to change my week! I am going to make sure!
    We do forget how fortunate we are!!!

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  3. SS- I had planned to post something completely different today, but happened upon SBM while I was having my morning coffee, and was completely taken with her post.
    PB- I know it will change my week too!

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  4. I was tearing up reading about the random kindness of others and you are right, it does help you to prioritize during the season. Thank you.
    Karen

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  5. Love it! I just went and read it, and must say that was totally heart and soul warming and embodies the true meaning of Christmas in every way. Thank you!

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  6. That's the most heart warming story I've read in a long, long time! Puts everything in perspective! Yes, the post has changed a few things...

    Merry Merry,
    John

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  7. I have heard (first reading on a blog) about this and it 'has' made my week! Even saw a story on Nightline last night interviewing some of the people who's accounts were paid in full. It is so heartwarming.
    I wish you and Parker a very Merry Christmas!
    joan

    p.s. thank you so much for leaving your "calling card!"

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  8. Just read it. I've had things like that happen a few times in my life and they have left a lasting impression that changes the way I view humankind forever.

    Keri

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  9. Wonderful heartwarming Christmas story. I love reading stories like this that restores my faith in man kind. Thank you for sharing it.

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