The gift wasn't wrapped and I couldn't even touch it.
But it was a gift, nevertheless.
Because it filled me with a sense of wonder and awe.
And although I am unsure of the etiquette of re-gifting wonder and awe I asked the lovely person who gave me the gift and she said it was OK.
And so I want to give it to you.
So often during the day I read words that move me.
And I have been selfish so far and not shared them with you.
But I am going to change that and this first re-gifting to you is one that is absolutely lovely and filled with a sense of faith and kindness that seems to be perfect for this season of re-birth and unfurling.
Thank you Renee' for letting me share your words.
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And I hope the rest of your day is filled with joy.
The rest of mine will probably be filled with grocery shopping, cleaning and working in the garden.
OK, that sounded pretty ambitious. The rest of my day will probably be more realistically filled with thinking of all those things while I'm reading my "can't-put-down" Jodi Picoult book that a sweet friend shared with me.
What's on your list for the day?