Hearts on the window
Yesterday during the latest press briefing about this unimaginable virus, I decided to follow suit with many others and put hearts on my window. I live up a little alley that leads to pathways on a steep hill. Vehicles cannot go through and it’s rare that people walk by. No one will see this, I thought. Oh well, maybe the universe will know I am sending out love.
Less than a half hour later, my neighbor was walking up the alley with her sweet dog. Although she lives close by, I hadn’t seen here since this stay-at-home season began. I opened my door and we were able to catch up on how we are doing and she said she had noticed the hearts. The universe was reminding me that the little things we do make a difference, even if no one else knows about it.
Trusting more in ourselves and believing in our choices, large or small, is just one important lesson to be learned.
HOW SWEET. WHAT A STORY. I MAKE BUNTINGS ON A COLORED CORD AND SELL AT FARMERS MARKET. GREAT IDEA. LETS MAKE THIS VIRAL. IF WE ALL HANG UP HEARTS ON WINDOW,. THE INTENTION COULD CATCH ON.
Wonderful reminder! Thank you for sharing your stories again.
Barbara, this is already viral via Twitter and Facebook. I just wanted to emphasize the lesson of trusting in our intuition and creativity during this time.
I agree Susan. Trust in our intuition. What I love about your sweet story is ????‘hearts in the window’ ???? became part of the conversation with your neighbor and made you & she feel good! As Theresa wrote, I too thank you for your stories again!
And I am making hearts to string up on my window. I shared that project with moms home with children and they are making hearts today too!
Instead of wearing our hearts on our sleeves…yes! Let’s put them on our windows….will work…play with this this weekend…prayer and play….????????
Have some fun with it. I cut out pictures of birds and flowers from magazines. Little birds have been visiting since then…..a coincidence??
It’s been a viral trend on Twitter and Facebook for awhile, mostly as a craft project for kids at home. I’m not on Twitter but thought it was a great bandwagon to get on. Love is needed everywhere!
Have fun with your own creativity and thanks for joining my Blog list.
And hopefully it will prompt others to do the same!