Tuesday, October 18, 2011
A Little Post
I thought I would share this with you. Just a few minutes ago, I went down the stairs, to my basement, to collect a pile of socks from the dryer, and look what I found - a note from my ten year old daughter. She placed it on her sweater, laying flat to dry, on top of our washing machine. Anita knows that on most school days, I do laundry, so she put the note in a place where she knew I would find it later in the day.
When I picked up the note, the paper felt a bit soggy, and it brought tears to my eyes. How thoughtful of her to send me a "fabulous day" wish. And so it was. This little note has brightened my day so much. It's always the little things, isn't it?
I hope you find something "little" in your day to bring you happiness! Wishing you all have a fabulous day!
Posted by Rosinda at 11:07 AM
Labels: Anita, happiness, Little things, notes
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just like all of u
im glad u appreciate the little things like i do :)
What a beautiful and touching thing to do, It also brought happy tears to my eyes!
I'm so sure that she will make you so proud of her as I'm so proud of you:)
That sweet,soft and caring heart runs in the family. I love you all. XOXOX
She learned thoughtfulness from her mother. xxReplyDelete
Little girls are the best and yours are the best of the best! So sweet!!!ReplyDelete
That is adorable, Rosinda - but I'm not in the least surprised, because the deep love and good values you & Nuno have instilled in your girls will carry on through the generations...you are a wonderful family. Good for you, Anita!! And good for you, Mommy!! xoxoxReplyDelete
What a sweety :) I'd definitely tear up too, Rosinda :DReplyDelete
Denise of Ingleside, PEI
tuck that precious note away to share with her someday when she is grown...what a sweetheart...xoReplyDelete
Oh, how lovely! What an incredible girl!ReplyDelete
I'm thinking what everyone else is saying. Anita has a loving heart, just like you. Your post touched my heart, especially the part where you said the paper was a bit soggy. Somehow that made it even sweeter. xoxoReplyDelete
Rosinda....that is just beautiful. THAT is one of the best parts of being a mom---when they appreciate something we've done for them and they tell us!!! Your girls are going to be so very close to you.....what a blessing!! This is awesome!ReplyDelete
That is absolutely precious, Rosinda.ReplyDelete