Saturday, June 27, 2009

Summer Weekends...

~ photo courtesy of my friend, Eileen Mross


I'd like to be there this summer weekend. Watching youth relish the sun and waves. Experiencing the glory and renewal of my being at the sea side. But, instead, I am doing a good work, a favor, an act of Human kindness. What the wise Jewish folk call a, "Mitzvah." The giver of a Mitzvah is as blessed as the receiver; maybe more so.

I am visiting with Aunt Katherine. She is the very last of my father's tribe. And, she wanted to visit with Rory & Fiona...so we will meet that very simple wish. I will try to remain patient and in good spirits. It may challenge me. But, that's a good thing.

I hope you have the opportunity this weekend to grant a wish and make a difference.

Namaste' Till Next Time,
Holly aka Katherine's Niece

7 comments:

Janet said...

Ahh . . . bless you! may your good deed be returned to you tenfold! namaste

sema said...

Holly,
You are so wonderful and thoughtful!
We have to nurture our relationships
to give and receive happiness.
Thank you for the warm comments that you give for my posts.They make my day.
blessings
sema

beth said...

a weekend of challenges all around...good for us for being able to do what we've been called to do, right ?
xoxo

Mel said...

Wishing you strength.....

And may the blessings return to you...as I'm sure they will...

~love~

Joanna Jenkins said...

Ahh Holly, That is a big Mitzvah! Safe travels! xo

Life With Dogs said...

Thank goodness you will have the dogs with you. They can be the perfect distraction. Good deeds always prompt some sort of karmic reciprocation. Who knows what good fortune waits you?

cinner said...

Holly, aunt Katherine will love the dogs...and she will love your visit...My great aunt and Grandma lived until 93 and the other 94. I used to visit Grandma even after she had forgotten who I was. She just liked the company....the last time I saw her...she kept saying, Now who are you people again., but we always had a nice visit. Hope it goes well....You are a wonderful lady. Hugs, Cinner

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