The Caring Hands


This time of year is the perfect time to show the community that you care. I joined the Caring Hands recently to prepare and serve a dinner to women and children at a local shelter. My colleagues and I enjoyed the fellowship of the women and the playfulness of the children.

18 comments:

Jilly said...

What a lovely idea. Good for you and a perfect post using the word 'time' as well as yesterday's real 'time' post.

cieldequimper said...

Bravo !

Greensboro Daily Photo said...

Such a worthy cause!

Steffe said...

Seems like a great idea.

Cezar and Léia said...

You have such a beautiful and BIG wonderful heart, BRAVO for this idea and lovely work!Good luck!
Léia

B SQUARED said...

A worthy undertaking.

Jack said...

Good for you, Halcyon.

Kaori said...

That sounds wonderful :-)

Jack said...

I knew it is Wheatie Grassy Thingie. I just didn't want to show off.

Lois said...

Such a good thing and very rewarding I'm sure!

Jacob said...

Kudos to you...that kind of thing is what this season is supposed to be all about...and don't you find you end up getting more than you put in?

Re your comment re my comment on JDP yesterday: Sometimes I make no sense at all ... I'll go back and read what I've written and think, "Huh?"

Have a great day!

Small City Scenes said...

Thank you for caring. MB

Jacob said...

I've been without snow for Christmas most of my life. It would seem strange to see it again. :-)

Birdman said...

I agree... reach out and help.

VP said...

This is a really good thing to do.

Abraham Lincoln said...

Good for you. I think everything we do for others is returned with at least one more day of life.

Shirley said...

Good on ya!! I love to give back to the community, this time of year especially. Giving is such a good feeling!

Leif Hagen said...

A wonderful, heart-warming posting!

Happy Hanukah by the way! May the joy of the "Festival of Lights" bring happiness this season to you and yours!