Last week when I got home from work, I had a letter in the mail from a sender I didn’t know. I opened it and this is what appeared ….
“Don’t let anyone dull your sparkle.”
A very simple note, from a complete stranger that made me feel so warm inside and gave me energy I didn’t knew I had that day.
I got my own SmileCard. And you know what?! It worked. I smiled so big and was so touched by someone’s small act of kindness.
So first of all, thank you to whoever sent this— it’s exactly what I needed.
Secondly, this inspires me to keep writing cards- they make a difference. If you want to make a difference in someone’s day, write a Smile Card- write a few, whatever comes to you, and send my way (2Webster St. Somerville, MA 02145). I’ll take them to the hospital- there are ALWAYS patients that need them.
As we start this new week, let’s take from the important of this saying– don’t let anyone or anything dull your sparkle- you have a lot of sparkle so let it shine!
Lots of love & light,
2 thoughts on “A Card to Make Me Smile”
This is proof that the simplest gestures carry the greatest impact. You are the creator of your own happiness and delight. Jess, you are so right; no one can dull your sparkle unless you give them permission to do that. Shine on, Jess. Thank you to the wonderful person from Somerville, my old stomping grounds. Love for others is alive and well.
Love for others is all we need! Xoxo