Anyone who knows me knew this one was going to happen. For others its GOO DNEWS TEA… That’s going to have to be “T” though for the A to Z challenge (no promises). Now, I understand Coffee maybe not be actual good news, except for me. Coffee has take on a life of it’s own here at my house though.
You see it’s one of those small, but welcome things. I wake up usually before my Wife. Then I go through my morning steps (sometimes I’m just still awake). I let our two dogs out, then go into the kitchen and make the Coffee. While the Coffee brews I empty or fill the dishwasher depending on the situation. Nothing big right? Then My wife wakes up and the coffee is there… and small though the gesture is, it helps her start her day on the right foot. The little things we do mean a lot to others. The problem is recognizing them.
The Good News, well it’s not coffee for everyone although I consider having coffee to be good news. The Good News is that you can have a positive impact on people in your life simply by doing little things. You may not always see how big of an impact your routine, your life, your existence has on others. I guarantee you it does though. I especially like when I don’t wake up first and someone has made sure there is Coffee for me.
Whats your Small thing, think about it… You matter!
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Yep! Hubby used to work graveyard shift and he would set the coffee pot up when he got home so that when I got up all I had to do was push the button. A couple of times he even left cute notes. Little things!
That is really sweet. It is surprising how a small gesture matter more than the big.
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