5 HUGS, 3 children, 2 adults (1 husband, 1 mom helping her daughter sell Girl Scout Cookies)
Nothing like being in a hug frame of mind to get out of a funk. You know how they say when you love what you do it no longer feels like work? I suppose some people would look at writing a blog every night as work, but I love what I do. I look forward to sitting in front of the computer recapping the amazing wonderful feelings that I get during the day while doing what I love. I wake up looking forward to the thought of the people whose days I might change just because I cared enough to hug them.
Today I let my gut guide me to where I needed to be. First stop was the library. I needed to drop off a book and thought today would be a good day to do it. While there, I also deposited one of my hug notes on the car beside me. Something told me that is exactly where it needed to be.
Next stop was Food Lion. A location that I normally don’t go to. I don’t know if it was a vibe I was giving, if the people at this particular Food Lion are always that way or if it was just a special day, but everyone was smiling. It seemed as though everyone I looked at greeted me and not only with just a smile, but with a “Hi” or “Great day, huh?”. Amazing. If that won’t get you out of a funk I don’t know what will. Oh wait. Yes I do. Hugging the girl scouts selling cookies on my way out the door. Funk obliterated.
Please accept this blog as my virtual hug to you.