Mostly hugs this week from the Nelson area

To my co-workers for listening to my rambling thoughts even when I forget the reason I started talking in the first place.

Hugs. To the man who saw that my daughter didn’t have quite enough money for her purchase and offered to buy it for her stating “you remind me of my granddaughter. Let me get that for you.” We were both amazed and touched at the random act of kindness and generosity displayed by a stranger. I hope we can pay it forward. Thank you!

 

Hugs. To the father and son team that I saw last month who rescued shopping carts that had been pushed into the lake from the mall parking lot. What a terrific example you two are.

 

HUGS. We would like to give a huge hug to the new regime in the Italian/Canadian Society. The wine contest, dinner, and fundraiser was a huge success and the meal was fantastic. All of the people who cooked and worked at the event, deserve a huge hug.

– R and R Cheech

 

HUGS. To my awesome children. Each one of you, gave me the most perfect gift of yourself. This Mother’s Day I am feeling totally blessed. I have loved being your mother and I will love you all to Andromeda. xox                          – siempre mummy

 

Hugs. To mi bonita princesa. Happy birthday honey, I love you mucho. You are far away, but in my heart your will always be near. I love you always.

 

hugs. To the City of Nelson for not using pesticide on the highway grass when you enter Nelson, it looks so beautiful with the sea of yellow and shows how we take overall pride in a HEALTHY city, it’s so pretty! All natural.

 

SLUGS. Huge and sad slugs to the people who went into our garage and stole our new mountain bike and new lock. You are a disgrace and it breaks our hearts. I hope karma gets you.

 

HUGS. A big hug to the employees of the Outer Clove for finding my son’s backpack and making the effort to contact us. You have made one little boy very happy.

 

HUGS. To my co-workers for listening to my rambling thoughts even when I forget the reason I started talking in the first place.

 

HUGS. To Coach W for always staying positive.

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