Why do I do this? 5.57 am

27 07 2008

Well, I already told you that somewhere back there.

The other reason of course, is because I can’t resist a challenge. Simple.

And then, there’s something about it. Each time you think you’re down and out, something turns up and puts right back up there. Someone sends you a note, makes you smile. Usually just because they bothered to check in on you – its costs them effort and time. Commodities that are rare in today’s world. Sometimes they say lovely things. Sometimes they are folk you don’t see much of.  These notes are gold dust to me. 

And then there is the gold dust that some people send to the charity. So far today I have raised £50. Its not huge, but its £50 more than the charity would have had otherwise. It takes many bricks to build a house. (:-) Believe me I know). And this £50 comes from my friends generosity. Doesn’t that warm your cockles a bit?

That’s why I do this. The warm fuzzies count too. And everyone should have as many warm fuzzies in life as they can.




2 responses

27 07 2008
Renee Rigdon

You said it perfectly.

27 07 2008
Aurora Lamour

I’m glad “warm fuzzies” are a global idea. I heard the story of the warm fuzzies and the cold pricklies when I was a child and loved the idea ever since.

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