Well, the day started off great. About ten 0'clock, I gave Carolyn at Talk to Grams a call. Carolyn has been having some health problems but is doing much better now. We had a wonderful talk and got to know each other a little better. Thanks, Carolyn, for taking the time to chat and become better acquainted. It was a real treat.
Please pray that Carolyn will continue to do well. If you haven't met her, be sure to stop by her blog. She is a wonderful lady and we have so much in common.
It seemed after that the phone didn't stop ringing. I ended up talking to several people, paying bills by telephone banking, sending hubby on an errand and then the phone rang again. It was Jordan. He had money and he wanted to go out Christmas shopping. I really didn't feel up to it but took him and we did have a good time. We looked at things and he chose gifts for his family and even Grandpa and I. He is a good shopper and did all of his shopping at the dollar store and stayed within his budget. He is a smart little shopper and the things he bought were really quite well thought out for a boy who is only eleven. Good job, Jordan!
When I got home, I addressed 60 cards of the 232 I have to get done before Friday night and I already had 40 done before that, so I'm not quite at the halfway mark. I will be glad when they are done. Every year I do this and every year I dread it. I love making out the Christmas cards that we send to family and friends but the ones for hubby's clients are quite a challenge.
Well, that about wraps it up for now. Enjoy your day and remember to do a small kindness for someone. A phone call can mean so much to those who don't have a chance to interact with others on a regular basis. ~Blessings, Mary~