A life profound

teacuppamela.pngTrue story.

I was shopping today at the restaurant supply store. A checker (who is older than me, by the way) I’ve seen many times over the years asked me if I always wear my hair this way.

(you know… undyed, twisted up in a bun)

I smiled and said, “Yes, I do.”
He said, “It looks so nice. You remind me of my grandmother.”
I smiled. I think I looked down. (wincing and smiling)
He said, “No, no, no. That’s the highest compliment I could give you. Really.”
I tucked my debit card into my wallet… picked up my keys and cellphone.
I thanked him…

Still smiling as I pulled the flatbed cart to the door, then waved and said good bye.

Hmmmmm. A life profound.


0 thoughts on “A life profound

  1. O, thank you, thank you, thank you—(O, for this note, too!) for the *BEAUTIFUL* pictures and loving card you sent in the mail!! I’m so blessed!!

    Yes… the more I reflect on that song, and then some correlating Scriptures and thoughts, I’m inspired to press on!!

    Thank you again for the pics and notes! You’re a blessing, Miss Faith!

  2. What a lovely song! Thank you for sharing Mrs. Spurling. And thank you to the artist that wrote/sang it. Wonderfully done.

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