A friend of mine sent me this wonderful visual of spreading kindness. I remember those days when guests were allowed to throw confetti at weddings, so this picture spoke to me strongly — to be kind in such a natural, abundant way.
My daughter works at a very well reputed spa here in Ontario so she decided to treat me to a wonderful spa day. I drove to her place the night before, slept over and was up early yesterday morning, anticipating a relaxing day together. What a gorgeous place to rest.
I love the matching stone on the building and the birdhouse.
THIS was very tempting . . .
. . . but I took picture of Danae’s handstands instead.
We enjoyed a healthy lunch and a restful afternoon tea together. I thought I would spread a little kindness around by bringing home a delicious slice of Linze torte for my husband . . but I ate half of the piece on the way home. Hey . . . the thought was there!
The treatments were lovely but the company was divine — sweet time with my daughter.
Aesop once said, “No act of kindness, however small, is ever wasted.”
Thank you, Danae — for your expressions of kindness and love — big and small.