What follows is an email exchange between a Little Kicker customer and me. I have her permission to share this with you and have removed all identifying info from it. She is responding to my last Plagiarized Pearls about graduations.
I may have stumbled onto a universal truism:
Encouragement begets Encouragement.
Lois is italicized
Put this on your FB page if you haven’t already. I would love to share it.
Sent from my iPhone
Thank you for your encouragement.
We all need encouragement, don’t we?
I did share it on my personal FB and on our LittleKickerBooks FB page.
If you’ve got the time; I am trying to run a little poll and would appreciate your input:
I have been sending out my little encouragement posts twice a week for about a month now. Is that too often?
Well Sam, I’m not very good with words or punctuation so bear with me. I am 64 , my Mom is 85 and my Dad 83, this being said we have been taking my Dad to radiation treatments everyday for three weeks and have a little over three more to go. It’s 80 miles round trip. Mom had been taking double Plavix for we don’t know how long so now she’s needing a blood transfusion and an iron transfusion and her memory is going down hill. They up until this point were very active and still loved to travel . Covid ruined a lot of trips for us and now this cancer has put a halt to other trips we had scheduled with them. So let me tell you when I’m sitting waiting at appointments with them I’m looking for encouragement . I for one appreciate your posts. Whenever the Lord moves you to post, go for it! Thanks, Lois Sent from my iPhone
Your epistle is encouraging beyond words.
Would you allow me to post it verbatim tomorrow? I will remove all that would identify you.
You are excellent with words! Don’t ever let anyone discourage you from putting your thoughts down in writing.
I am nearing 80 and Sandy is 77. We are both in good health today, yet know not what tomorrow will bring. In her early 90s my Mom told us that growing old is not for sissies. I’m so sorry your's are running into headwinds. They are fortunate to have you.