Tuesday, September 30, 2008

From Rhona



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I don't know if I have mentioned it already in this blog, but I joined Singles for Christ - a Catholic community - and I am currently doing the Christian Life Program, and in one month's time I will be part of the community. Part of the program is have groupings, and each participant is required to have one on one sessions with the group leader. My leader is Rhona, an elementary school teacher. She's younger than me, but I didn't really have a hard time talking to her because she has a very jolly personality, and is very nice, kind, and sweet.

A week after our first one on one session, she gave me this little present. She apologized for the "Happy Birthday" gift wrapper, but really, it's not much of a big deal..the important thing is the thought in the present. Just a little gift from a leader to its member. Inside this is a notepad.

Thanks a lot, Rhona! May God bless us all.

*** Jenn ***

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14 comments:

Columbo said...

I nice posting about thoughtful giving. Have a great Ruby Tuesday.

Paz said...

Happy Ruby Tuesday!

Paz

CT said...

Nice shot Jenn! My first entry for RT is up. Happy Tuesday!

Joining SFC-CFC is a great decision Jenn! Hubby and I were members years ago.

Grandma Faith said...

You sound like a young lady with your head in the right place. Keep your faith strong and it will never let you down. Take care.

Mojo said...

Always nice to be remembered, no matter what form it takes.

Ralph said...

It may be the thought that counts, but the Sesame Street wrapping paper is is really disarming. Just the sort of wrapper our kids got or brought presents to the party when they were little (they are too big for that now, it seems!)

Carletta said...

Cool shot!
It appears Rhona is a very thoughtful leader.
Many blessings.

MumbaiiteAnu said...

Nice entry for Ruby Tuesday.
I like what Grandma Faith said - keep going. God Bless!

me ann my camera said...

I love these characters and I like the wrapping paper! And gifts are nice.

Star8278 said...

Gifts are great ways of expressing ourselves through actions. Love the wrapping paper.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Very cool! Sounds like your leader really cares about her students.

ellen b said...

nice! I'm glad you thought to take a photo! You must be a blogger :0)

jaejae said...

you've shared not just a photo... you've shared your kind, true heart here! keep it up! who knows, your photos may become instruments from Above!

Dianne said...

what a sweet gesture. things like that mean a lot.

 
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