This morning I couldn't pull myself together. I used a thesaurus to find a word to describe what I saw in the mirror and all of these seemed to apply ... unkempt, disheveled, rumpled, tousled, frowzy, unruly, uncombed, & ruffled. I changed my clothes so many times that you'd think I was headed for my first day of 7th grade. I ended up in a hoodie and a skirt ... comfort over cute is what I always choose. My hair got very little attention because I burned my finger on the curling iron, which I blamed on my hair. I'm pretty sure I only put mascara on one my left eyelashes and I applied blush as I was brushing my teeth. There's probably a more accurate method. I forgot to put my contacts in. AND my shoes didn't match my purse. (gasp!!)
That was only the beginning of my haywire morning. I'll spare you any more details. I sat down at HomeMakers physically present but mentally things were a lot like my thesaurus words. I was having a few more junior high moments wondering if everyone was looking at me because I was late ... wearing who knows what ... probably with lipstick on my teeth. My thoughts were messy.
|I love that it's not even folded straight : )|
You can do that for someone. Look around you. Someone will be encouraged if you'll pull out any old piece of paper and write a little something on it. Pass it over quietly just like in your school days.
We all know, "it's the thought that counts". It's really a tiny bit more than the thought. It's the thought that moves you to action that especially counts. If you're thinking about writing a note
... do it!!!