Friday, February 27, 2015

RAK Week Three

Like my blog buddy, Shug, over at My Steps of Faith, I find it hard to share the kind things I might do for others, but do so simply to inspire others.


My RAK this week didn't take much effort. I  shared some soup with the widow who lives across the street from me. I had some friends over for lunch, made a big pot of soup, and after everyone left, while cleaning up, I thought to share a bowl before putting the remainder into the refrigerator.  She was surprised to find me behind her door, and had a huge smile when I told her I brought her some soup that I thought she might enjoy for dinner.

Thank you Betsy for encouraging all of us to be a bit kinder each day. Check out Betsy blog here.

15 comments:

  1. That's a great idea...such a simple gesture but I'm sure it made her day! I need to do that to my elderly neighbor across the street....I know she'd love it, too!

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    1. You're right, Betsy and it gave me such a warm feeling. Thanks for the encouragement.

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  2. It doesn't take much really to brighten someone's day, does it. Good on you.

    Diana

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    1. No it doesn't, Diana, as you well know!

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  3. What a great idea, Rose, and so easy to do and meaning so much . . . love it . . . . :)

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    1. You know full well what a knock on the door can mean to someone all alone! Thanks, Eddie.

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  4. I'm agreeing with everyone else that your simple gesture was very thoughtful.

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    1. Small and simple is all anyone really needs, right!?

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  5. "If just a cup of water.......Jesus was pleased, your neighbor was pleased, and we are all inspired to do little things that bring a big blessing.

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    1. You are such a ray of sunshine, Wanda!

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  6. Such a lovely gesture and what a nice surprise for her.

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    1. Thanks, Suza; I believe she did enjoy it! Did more for me most porbably.

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  7. I love this RAK, Rose. There is something so very special about receiving someone's cooking... I think love goes in the pot! Well done! blessings and hugs ~ tanna

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    1. I could not agree more, Tanna. They use to say a way to a man's heart was through his stomach, but I think it holds true for everyone.

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  8. Like Tanna said, love goes in the pot! I love to cook for people.....it's a great way to show and share love. Nice one!

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