Yesterday--Thanksgiving day--I went for a short walk. It was a beautiful day. I saw a small group approaching from the other way. They smiled, and I smiled.
"Happy!" I said in greeting.
I was a little embarrassed. They were probably a little puzzled.
It's the thought that counts.
3 days ago
It's definitely the thought that counts--and the charisma. Love and Happy Thanksgiving, MumReplyDelete
Yes it is the thought that counts.ReplyDelete
I hope you had a Happy Thanksgiving!
Thinking of my first attempt as my first rehearsal helps dispel my initial disappointment that I wasn't perfect. My payoff for silently rehearsing phrases like "happy thanksgiving" is seeing the look of surprise on strangers face that a stroke survivor can speak.ReplyDelete
It is always the thought that is the most important. Besides, they probably just thought they missed the ending word. :-)ReplyDelete
Thank you, Tara. I look forward to reading your blog.ReplyDelete