A Christmas Card For A Goose

A little smile, a word of cheer, A bit of love from someone near, A little gift from one held dear, Best wishes for the coming year… These make a Merry Christmas!”

— John Greenleaf Whittier

A flock of geese who joined me on my run the other day.

A flock of geese who joined me on my run the other day.

Natalie, a fine goose of a writer over at Mother Goose Smiles, asked me for help with a project.

Due to military commitments, her sons have to spend Christmas away from home for the first time. So she’s organizing a Christmas-card-a-thon for them. She’s asking her friends and blog friends to send her boys a Christmas card for the holiday season. It’s a way to let them know their sacrifice for country is appreciated.

It’s a nifty idea. Is there someone in your life who is struggling this holiday season? Is there someone who might appreciate a batch of Christmas cards, even from strangers?

If so, ask a few of your friends, and their friends, to mail an extra card this year to that person in your life who needs a little extra cheer.

I’m sure Mother Goose would approve.

Yesterday’s gift of time … Wrote a Christmas card for a goose.

** Note — To put my money where my mouth is … If you’d like me to send a Christmas card to someone in your life that needs a little support, please send me an email with their name, address, & relationship to you. I’ll be happy to help.

About Eric Winger

Our perception of time is key to how we use our time. The most fundamental way to change that perception is to give our time. This opens us up to new opportunities and ideas from which we can build to really make a difference. ... Yes, we *do* have time to make a difference!
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2 Responses to A Christmas Card For A Goose

  1. Natalie says:

    Yes! Mother Goose DOES approve! Eric, thank you thank you thank you for helping us make this faraway Christmas a very special one for my sailor sons. It’s folks like you (and your readers!) who go the extra mile and make this world a beautiful place. All the lights and wrappings and sugar cookies don’t compare with taking the time to be kind to souls — that’s Christmas in a eggshell… 😀

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