A few weeks ago, I took two of my grandchildren to a children's museum in a nearby city. This was a wonderful museum with many interesting "hands on" activities for the children. Both of my grandchildren loved the bubble room the best. This was an area where they could perform many experiments with water and bubbles. My four year old grandson, Luke, was waiting patiently in line to do one of the experiences when a young girl stepped in front of him in line. She stepped up onto the step to perform the experience, and I watched to see what he would do. He just quietly walked over and stood beside me and then looked at me with his big blue eyes and said, "That was so frustrating!" I couldn't help but smile. I reassured him that I would stand with him in line and that when the little girl was finished, he would be next. My grandson was wise beyond his years and had already learned a great life lesson: Yes, life can be very frustrating from time to time, but good manners are always in style. I hope that I can learn from his example and always remember that "Nice really does matter".
May your day be filled with kindness and the love of family and friends and all the things you cherish and love. Thank you so much for stopping by for a visit.