Message In A Grocery Cart
Yesterday I was at the grocery store getting the ingredients for the cherry cheesecake tarts and the pumpkin chiffon pie.
As I put the groceries in my car, I noticed a 4 x 6 index card in the bottom of the shopping cart. This was the message:
“Merry Christmas! May love, peace and abundance be yours this Christmas and in the New Year.”
What a lovely way to be like Ralph Waldo Emerson and “Scatter Joy” through out the holiday season. Most people would assume it was a grocery list left by the previous shopper. When they pick up the card to throw it away, they find the message.
The cards could be tied to balloons, left on windshields, or left behind on a table in the mall’s food court. There are so many ways this message could be scattered around town. One never knows the impact a little gesture could have on a person.
Who knows how many people saw that card yesterday. Hopefully it brought some comfort and joy to them. I know other people saw the card, because I left it in the grocery cart.
I was not about to hog that message all for myself.