Saturday, March 23, 2013

Too kind

One of the reasons I like J-5 is the people that are here and their kindness to each other. An example, you remember Judy, the person who starts all the entertainment in the park, well the other day she and Shirley were going door to door in the park delivering the park directory. When she reached my door I jokingly thanked the Girl Scouts for coming to the park and placed a Girl Scout cookie order for two boxes of thin mints. We laughed and I thought no more of it. Yesterday while making my evening stroll through the park as I passed Judy's home a voice hollered from inside for me to stop. Judy went to the refrigerator and brought me a package of homemade thin mints saying my cookie order had arrived. How special is that? Thank you Judy. One thing for certain from now on my pace will slow as I pass Dave and Judy's place, just in case.

Yesterday the basketball results were mixed as Indiana won big, but Notre Dame forgot to show up. More games today and tomorrow and then I will be able to venture into the daylight for awhile.

Today it is another day with the tube, but for me it's part of enjoying the good life. 

12 comments:

  1. Can't beat those thin mints. I have managed to avoid them this year thankfully, but it wasn't a result of the Girl Scouts efforts, they always seem to be outside of every store I visit.

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    1. The one I got were homemade and I was assured they contained 0 calories.

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  2. RVers seem to be some of the most thoughtful and nicest people ever. We bought a box of thin mints and the turned right around and gave it back to the scouts since we aren't supposed to have them.

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    1. You are so right about RVer's, some of the best folks anywhere.

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  3. Now that's a little gem from "the good life"!

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  4. Judy made you home made thin mints? Man your spoiled but Judy is a peach for sure.
    Hope your teams do well.

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    1. I've always thought being spoiled was a good thing.

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