Time flies, and it's time to send Christmas cards to the soldiers serving Denmark around the world. The must be send now, in order to reach them - and back to their families, before Christmas.
I am honored to be allowed to participate in this project. I wish many others would, too.
I know there are many good organizations to support.
Whether it is OSH, the Hospital Clown, Multiple sclerosis Society, Cancer Foundation or something else, there is a lot that depends on volunteering.
It is life affirming to me to think that kindness, care and charity thrive in a world where we are meet with bad news every day.
I know not many read this, but I thank everyone who makes a difference. Not everyone can do the same - and neither should we.
We can make a difference where we are. The small daily gestures are not meaningless: a greeting to a stranger we meet on our way, a help to someone in line who we can see in a hurry, a smile to a mother or father standing with an unhappy child - there is so much as we can do.
I attended Scrap Hygge in Randers yesterday. The very thing I just described, I experienced so much.
A "Hello", "How are you", "Good to see you" - also from some I did not know. It provided a sense of belonging - something we all need.
Magnolia: Cozy Tilda & Tilda hiding a gift
Stampin Up: In the Meadow, Sprig punch
Card # 1 Stampin up, Still Night
Card # 2: Stampin up, Hearts at home, Lovely as a tree
Card # 2 Stampin up, Pinetree punch + Design Paper