...do you feed stray cats? This #prettykitty comes here every day to get fed. I can't get close to him (yet) so I snapped this picture through the kitchen window. He almost looks like he's smiling at me🐱 #straycat
I love how with every purchase you get a story card of one of our artisans on it. And if you know anything about me, I have such a heart for Cambodia. So Tuesday, when I pulled this out of my package, I got SO giddy when I saw the silhouette of Angkor Wat.
Ye have a child dressing up as a pirate for Halloween? Or Every Day?
Ye a little pirate? That's Not My Pirate.
Ye a medium pirate? 1001 Things to Spot Pirate
Ye a bigger pirate? Wipe Clean Pirate Activities
Link in bio to go shopping for these!
It's National Talk Like A Pirate Day!
Starting today, we have 3 items that will help fight Breast Cancer! 10% of each of these items purchased will be given to Pink Ribbon Girls!
Tag someone below who wears pink to help fight Breast Cancer! *All items are sold until sold out!
Last Sunday I was thought how our younger generation have so much potential in this world. My kids have a lot of sensory issues due to their autism. That means that eating issues is one of them and regular food is a huge challenge. Since a very young age my niece had a loving curiosity for our kids, plus she as a motherly instinct. Most kids are thrown off by strange sights of something odd, scared and even speak out loud words such as “that kid is weird mom”. Yes, it is so hurtful to hear when you hear adults and kids say that but it all begins with how we expose our kids to environment of kids with special needs. My sister in law was able to capture the moment where my niece help me feed one of my kid. She would ask and had her heart open to service. What an amazing lesson thought here. Yes, at first she had no clue what to do but with open heart she ask questions and allowed me to teach and guide her to eventually do her service of love. She learned how to scoop the food, scrape off any excess and how to speak and learn the sign language. It was messy at times but guess what? It got accomplished and mastered. I learned so much from those 15 or so minutes of dinner but the greatest one is love has no words. My kids can’t verbally speak ( yet ) and with open heart this little girl can accomplished anything even- feeding a nonverbal, sensory child. *UPDATE* Side note: a good follower reminded me of a misspelled word and that was so kind of her to do. Her attention to detail let me know that followed are listening and care. Thank you @katies_imperfect_beauty#inspiredaily#motivationalmonday