Thank-You: You See Beauty in All The Little Things, and Make Little Things Beautiful For Others


Thank-you, friend, for remembering lonely hearts on Valentine’s Day.  You took heart-shaped red-velvet cakes with yummy frosting to all the widows in your church family.  Just a little thing, but it helped make a sad day beautiful to someone who lost the partner with whom she shared this day.  This card is for you.

5″ x 7″ greeting card, with original oil-painting print.  Envelope and matching envelope seal included.


Thank-you for the Little Things:Oil painting of watering can with sparrow and pansies on watercolor background

My List Of Little Things I Am Thankful For

thank-you and you’re welcome

dew on morning lawn

pansies turning smiles upward

watering cans

sparrows, because You care for even the small things

people who stay humble and kind

Pooh stories and A.A.Milne

paint brushes and paints

Pooh Invents a Game (How To Turn Ordinary Into Exciting)

One day, Pooh was walking towards this bridge…   …he tripped over something, and the fir-cone jerked out of his paw into the river…

“That’s funny,” said Pooh. “I dropped it on the other side,” said Pooh, “and it came out on this side! I wonder if it would do it again?” And he went back for some more fir-cones.

It did. It kept on doing it. Then he dropped two in at once, and leant over the bridge to see which of them would come out first; and one of them did; but as they were both the same size, he didn’t know if it was the one which he wanted to win, or the other one. So the next time he dropped one big one and one little one, and the big one came out first, which was what he had said it would do, and the little one came out last, which was what he had said it would do, so he had won twice . . . and when he went home for tea, he had won thirty-six and lost twenty-eight, which meant that he was– that he had–well, you take twenty-eight from thirty-six, and that’s what he was. Instead of the other way round.

And that was the beginning of the game called Poohsticks…

Now one day Pooh and Piglet and Rabbit and Roo were all playing Poohsticks together. They had dropped their sticks in when Rabbit said “Go!” and then they had hurried across to the other side of the bridge, and now they were all leaning over the edge, waiting to see whose stick would come out first. A. A. Milne


A Hummy Sort of Day

This card is part of a collection of spring greeting cards, which we have named “A Hummy Sort of Day.”


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