I don’t know if this is true where you live I can only imagine that it is. People are hurting, struggling and trying to keep their heads above water. I can’t believe all the closed and boarded windows on business’ and empty homes with long grass. It got me thinking we must help one another to get through this tight time. One may ask “well that sounds great on paper, but how when we are struggling too? or I don’t even know my neighbor”
- If you have a garden share
- If you are going to the store ask your neighbor “do you need anything?”
- help the elderly bring in or out their garbage – it has been hot.
- If you know your neighbor is struggling why not say hey Kroger had a great deal and I thought you could use some of these too!
Start the conversation…… extend your hand.
I guess we just need to keep our eyes and ears open if those around us needing help. Many times I forget the elderly that live in my neighborhood.
I am a believer when I give it comes back 10 fold….maybe not in things, but in love and friendship. Let me know any stories that come your way and I will you. I will be loving my neighbor.
Have a great day and God’s blessings, Candy