Saturday, October 25, 2008

In the blue stained glass church/You gathered up my heart

Paying it forward. One of my fellow Kirtsy editors Sweet Sarah from Yes, Lemon Pie had a little fun thing a bit back about a Pay it Forward gift.
Here is the info from her blog:
...Here's how it works: The exchange focuses on doing an act of kindness without expecting anything in return other than that the recipient will, in their turn, pass the kindness along and pay it forward.
I am going to agree to send something cute, fun and thoughtful to the first 3 people who post a comment on this entry.
In turn, those 3 will post this information and pick 3 people they want to send something to and so on.
The little something that is sent can be something you made, bought, were given or found. Just make sure it's something that will make the person smile!
By doing this, you must promise me that you will then post about this on your blog or send an e-mail and then send something to the first three people who sign up to play along through you. It's a small way to bring a smile to someones face!

I thought it sounded great as I like to make others smile too. So- I was so pleased the other day when I received a gorgeous little package in the mail form Ms. Sarah! My camera is not with me today! Boo Hiss. But, it was adorable! I got a lovely silver and ceramic ornament about creativity! Love it! And she also sent me letterpress from Suann's amazing shop and a bit of wrapping for the next folks gift. How awesome. S0- Who wants to keep it going? This is not about spending a lot or anything. It is about human connection and smiles.

I will send off parcels to the first three who leave a comment with email!

Have a great day!

Get me delivered to yr email xo


Jamie said...

Ohh fun! I want to do it!

jamie @ ohhowlovely . net

Chuck said...

This sounds like a great idea. One that my kids will get great joy from I'm sure. I'm in if you'll have me.

Sarah @ Ordinary Days said...

How sweet! Count me in.

Patois said...

I'm okay that I'm fourth. I still wanted to say that it's a lovely idea. And I try to do keep to that philosophy whenever I'm out and about.

Mary said...

What a nice idea!

jora said...

I want to do this too! I think I'll start a new trail on my blog.


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