As we begin our journey for October Squares, I thought I would start with a “kind” message. This is my Bee Kind vinyl decal that I created for my Etsy shop in July. Funny how “Kind” is the theme for October. It was inspired to remind people to be kind to one another through the tribulations of the pandemic and remind everyone that we are all in this together. Sometimes it just takes a little kindness to help one another out, even if it is just a kind word spoken in the grocery store with your mask on! Frank and I always thank the workers for doing what they do everyday to make our lives a little easier. They have to put up with some “not so kind” people on a daily basis and we want them to know we appreciate them!
Even on a rainy dreary day, I am thankful to my friends, family and all my new blogging friends I have had the pleasure of getting to know. I was raised that if you don’t have something kind to say to someone, just don’t say anything at all. Please spread the word to be kind to others regardless of how mean they are…well there are some exception, but I won’t mention them here!
Hint: Rhymes with bump, hump, dump and chump!
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