I had little in the way of money when I took this job at McCrory's in Ft. Lauderdale. In fact to ease me through hunger pangs at noon, I sat outside at a little park/bus stop area and had a piece of bubble gum, ate half with a glass of water. I was okay with that. I certainly would not starve to death that quickly. I minded my own business and enjoyed the sunshine, birds and people, wiping out any problems I had. Life is always beautiful and things always change is how I think. A tall man approached me who was not disheveled and struck up a conversation about little things. I always dressed clean and neat, well that must have given him the impression I had money. He said, I wanted to ask you ''if you could give me some money.'' I said ''I don't have any.'' He kept on asking, ... Read Full Story >>
Since my husband has been hospital for quite a while I have learned to make do with very little. On Sunday I went to our church and someone there said to me, "I know you must be having a tough time." I just smiled and said, "I'm okay. I have two dollars and I have food at home, so I'll be fine." I always think that what I have is what I have and it is up to me to make the most of it. Anyway, then she said, "Can I borrow your Bible? I need to look up a verse." I said, "Okay." Just then someone called me. "I'll be right back," I said to the woman. When I returned she thanked me and returned my Bible. On my way home my friend who was driving said, "I thought you told me you didn't have any money?" I replied, "I don't." She said, "Oh yes ... Read Full Story >>
My daughter was on her way home when she saw a mother cat and her kitten trying to cross the street. The mother made it across, but kitten didn't.