Have I mentioned that we have one of the kindest neighbor in the entire world? We found this on our doorstep yesterday:
…A little something to welcome in the gardening season…
Basil, parsley, lavender and celery in this beautiful, wooden, antique planters complete with the matching, wooden tray.
Seriously, this person is the icon of friendly neighbor.
When we first moved in, we were given a “welcome to the neighborhood” basket filled with little treats. When our house was completely gutted and we had no heat or electricity, dinners were brought over for us. When our son was born, he got clothes, books and toys. Every Christmas and Easter we get fresh, homemade cookies…
Seriously, we have the nicest neighbor in the world!
So why am I posting about this?
Because it reminds me about something that I want to remind everyone who reads this… these small, little random acts of kindness really do go a long way (look at me, I am blogging about it!) :p
As gardening season begins to kick into full swing, think about a small little thing that you can do for someone. It doesn’t have to be major, just a small little gesture to show that there are still good, kind people out there.
I, for one, know who is going to be getting a lot of fresh garden produce this summer…
So go, get out there, and be kind to your neighbor!