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Friday, June 7, 2013

Pink Saturday


Always look forward to Pink Saturday with Beverly and friends. The best place to see some outstanding pinks is at
http://howsweetthesound.typepad.com/my_weblog


I HAVE SEEN MANY CAKE SERVERS, BUT NEVER A HIGH HEELED ONE. I AM AMAZED AT THE MANY UNIQUE THINGS YOU RUN ACROSS WHEN OUT AND ABOUT.

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Going to share something very special to me this week, and it is pink. Sometime ago, Coloradolady had a feature on her blog for seniors called "One Fine Blessing". You submitted the name and address of seniors celebrating a birthday, send a card and enclose a dollar if you liked.  I participated in this cause. It is not been active for awhile now.

One of the sweet ladies remembered me sending her a card and that we were the same age by a few months. One day this week, I received the following card from her with a nice message and a dollar.  After all this time, she never forgot me. It really touched me.





 

17 comments:

Pat@BPM said...

I love the high heel cake server!

What a wonderful surprise receiving the card.

Happy Pink Saturday!

Debbie said...

Love the cake server!

Always love reading your blog! I am actually early to the party this week:) So taking some time to visit everyone who has posted already!

Have a Happy PINK Saturday!

Debbie

Ginny said...

Goodness, this is a VERY sweet lady! And I would love the cake server, can you imagine getting it out for company to serve cake? What a show stopper and conversation piece!

Adam said...

what a nice gesture

SwedishCorner ~ DownUnder...Pernilla said...

Happy Pink Saturday, LV :) Beautiful pinks! The cake server is quite a show stopper!
Greetings from Australia♥ ~Pernilla

Susan Nowell @ My Place to Yours said...

What a nice surprise in the mailbox! TWO pinks to share this week. That shoe server is a hoot!

Betsy Adams said...

How nice --first of all--that you took time to write that lady.. AND--how nice that she wrote you back. That meant as much to her I'm sure as it did you... God Bless You, Lavoice.

A High-heel cake server, huh??? Mercy Me!!!

Hugs,
Betsy

LaVerne said...

My mother always said that the good you do comes back double and triple...guess it's true about birthday cards too! Isn't that just the happiest surprise ever? What are you going to buy with the dollar? I'd buy two more cards at the dollar store! Have a Pink Week!

Michele said...

what a nice story! bow don't spend that dollar all in one place! happy pink saturday! xo

bj said...

This is soooo sweet, LV.
The main reason for blogging, for me, is the blessing of getting to know such lovely people. Blogging is such a wonderful way for us to be in touch with people that really seem to care. Being right in the middle of such fine folks makes ME a better person.
Happiest Pink Sat. and I hope your Sunday is blessed and special.
Love, bj

don said...

A very interesting post. It's wonderful that she never forgot you. That's a fine idea too.

Jemma said...

LV-I must say this is the BEST pink Saturday link up ever!
Jemma

Terie Cornelio said...

what a sweet and lovely thing to do :-)

Valrie said...

LV,

Just love that cake server... the birthday card and note with a dollar tucker inside is such a sweet and touching story! Thanks for sharing it and for stopping by my blog earlier today!

HUGS!

Ann, Chen Jie Xue 陈洁雪 said...

I don't think I like my cake served in a high heel shoe. LOL

Annesphamily said...

I wish someone who pick the Senior Blessing meme up again! I know Suzanne is so busy too! But my phamily enjoyed sending cards and I filled my birthday box with many,many cards. If you know anyone needing a birthday greeting let me know. I will pass it on and send one on my way.
That sweet person knew you were a super special gal!
Need to get to work. Prayers are always welcomed for that place and I will visit more tonight! Hugs Anne

Jillian's Bella Rosa Antiques said...

LV that is so sweet and touching! I would have been in awe that she remembered as well. You just never know how your life is going to touch someone else's.

Neat post!