Sunday, December 19, 2010
Think About Who You Know Who Needs You!
Who do you know who needs you? Christmas can be a particularly lonely season for those without family where they live, for those who are unmarried or widowed or need a friend. Invite someone for a holiday lunch, shopping, coffee, dinner. Take them a gift, food perhaps. And remember your special services people such as postman, pharmacist, mailing suite person, hairdresser, manicurist, veterinarian, dentist, doctors, neighbors, teachers, church workers, clergy, office staff or temps who have been particularly loyal or helpful. It's a perfect season to give. Give back. Get and ye shall receive tenfold. Oh yes. Make a list. And the week between Christmas and New Years is always a great time to spread new cheer. I call it "the blank week." That's when people have a let-down after the holiday hubbub and need picking up. Make the holiday a season of giving.
All best to you all
With holiday cheer