I have never seen any gardeners maintain such an incredible pace. They mowed the lawn, completed the weed eating and pruned the fruit trees and bushes in record time. They had equipment that was so quiet I never would have known they were there if I had not looked out the window. But the most amazing part was the unique way they fertilized as they worked.
When they were finished, they left as quietly as they arrived and I found out they never charged for their services. I wonder if they need a promoter....
No matter how well we train our little ones, we never know what they will say or where they have picked up certain expressions. Daughter Rochelle and three-year-old William were in our store when one of our clients arrived. Hubby introduced his daughter and grandson to her. William extended his little hand to this beautiful lady and said, "Nice to meet 'cha Baby!"
All the adults peed a little and Rochelle immediately said "It isn't polite to call a woman Baby." To which the client responded, "Back at 'cha Baby." (High Five)
By the way, she is the client we made this gorgeous necklace, earrings and ring set for last month. I put it on Facebook and offered a free Montana sapphire to the first person who could guess what the stones were. Of all the dozens of responses, only one lucky woman guessed correctly. Anyone care to guess? There may be something in it for you!
A Definite Hallmark Moment
Rochelle hung the Mother's Day card I sent her on her fridge and when William saw it he asked,
"Is that from Gramma?"
"Yes, it is."
"Can I read it Mommy?"
"Of course, honey." William opened the card and 'read.'
"Dear Mommy. You are the best mommy in the world and I love you more than anything. From Gramma."
The astonishing thing is this -- that is precisely what it said. He used the words Dear Mommy instead of Dear Rochelle obviously.....but the message on the card was praising her for what a wonderful mother she was and how much I loved and appreciated her.
One Giant Step Out of my Comfort Zone
These stories are from people all over the world who have triumphed over insurmountable circumstances and risen to success. They did not wallow in self-pity because of misfortune but used their negative situations to turn their lives around and become conquerors in whatever arena they chose. I am excited to be able to share these stories with you very soon and will keep you posted.
If you want to feel younger and better.....
I started a series of posts this month on The World's Greatest Con Job #2. These are posts giving you tips to help determine if the vitamins/food supplements you take are, in fact, what they are supposed to be. Take time for your health today so.....you have health for your time tomorrow.
Saving the best for last.....
That's it for this month and I hope I brought you a smile or two -- I would sincerely appreciate your comments and shares!
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