Little happenings, chance encounters, random acts are possibilities for big results.

While weeding and pruning in front of our house, a man came by on his bike and stopped. I recognized him as the person who helped my son with his flat tire last winter. I asked him if he wanted to buy a   tomato plant. He gave me $1.00, said he didn’t have the space to grow it but wanted me to give a plant to another family on our block. Amazing…

A young boy who was too short to reach the Mountain Dew on the top shelf was about to attempt an adventurous climb up the shelves to retrieve his target. An adult shopper approached and asked, “Young man, do you need help?”  He replied, “Yes, it’s always on the top shelf!”  The boy smiled and accepted the heavy two liter bottle with a polite “thank you.”  Future…

The coupon offered two bags of either romaine or spinach for $4.00.  But, there were only two bags of the spinach available and no  romaine….  AND, no produce clerk to be found.   Shopper No. 1 located a clerk and was told more salad produce would be “delivered tomorrow morning”.  She returned with the sorry news to Shopper No. 2 at which point she was given the last bag of spinach. They shared spinach, smiles, and “have a good day”.  Kindness…

Sylvia, who lives near God’s Garden, came out to talk and pick tomatoes. She gave me two cookbooks, one for me and one for Mary because we had been talking about starting a Saturday cooking group at GST.  Food…

Yoga night at Body and Soul Healing Arts Center: one of the students, Hannah, was moving and brought a bag of books for the Little Free Library. Sweet…

Don’t wait to be led into a big, grand mission project

when each day there can be an opportunity to be a missionary.

Don’t expect to see the results.

Be open to the movement of the Holy Spirit.