Cards, bath salts, flowers, chocolate, cookies, walks, lunches, notes, phone calls.

Hugs.  Lots of hugs.

Tears shared.***

My family.

My friends.

A Hallmark card suitable for coloring. With lots of love from Pat.  (Photo Lori Greer)


This sweet note accompanied a beautiful floral arrangement. (Photo Lori Greer)


A sweet note from a busy, working mom.  (Photo Lori Greer)


My walking + more buddy.  (Photo Lori Greer)

If I can stop one heart from breaking,
I shall not live in vain;
If I can ease one life the aching,
Or cool one pain,
Or help one fainting robin
Unto his nest again,
I shall not live in vain.


***My daughter-in-law, 34 years old with a new baby is battling stage 4 cancer.

***Thank you for your concern and support.

14 thoughts on “Kindness

  1. Lori, I cannot imagine. My heart sinks for your family. I do understand sometimes the only way to survive in times like this is to be the strength in public and let our broken hearts cry in private. Aloha is a big and many faceted word, I wrap it around you and yours.

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  2. I hate cancer. I just lost a friend to it. Can’t express how much I wish you and your family the best. Keep your head up and stay strong. My thoughts are with you and your daughter-in-law, Lori.

    Sometimes life just isn’t fair.

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  3. Computer crashed here so I have been off line for several days. I missed so much a connection from you that allowed me to ‘from a distance’ journey in a very limited way with you on this valley road you walk. Prayers and love.

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