Special Delivery

This was on my front porch the other day.


It was from a very good friend of mine and I had no idea what it could be.


Inside was a note and lots of brown paper lunch bags with numbers written on them.


I send these types of things to my grandkids for Advent and a couple of years ago I sent some to her kids.  We call them Christmas Wishes. And even though I see Christmas stuff in the stores, it’s way too early for Christmas.


These must be…

…Birthday Wishes!


For me!!

My birthday is the 27th and here is a box of birthday wishes/treats.  One for each day.  That’s twenty-seven little reminders that someone is thinking of me.


My favorite flavor!

I have no idea how she found the time to do this.  She has five children: six-year-old twin girls, a four-year-old girl, and two-year-old twin boys.  That’s a lot of busy!


I LOVE pigs!!

And yet she took the time and got this wonderful box of goodies to celebrate me.


Thank you from the bottom of my heart!  


11 thoughts on “Special Delivery

  1. Who is this lady? I want to adopt her. No, I want to be adopted BY her! She is the quintessential friend, and perfect example of the way things used to be. I see more of this now that I live in the country; people going out of their way to makes other’s lives happier. This is the way it should be, and thank you for sharing this lovely story. Happy Birthday and big kisses to both you and her! Patsye


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