Lent – Day 4, March 8, 2014

12 Mar

Today we were asked to talk to someone we see on a regular basis, but don’t know well. We’re to get to know those in our life that we take for-granted, such as the librarian, cashier at the local grocery, mailman, or veterinarian.

Today, I wasn’t around people I don’t see often. But yesterday I was at the vet’s office. I got to know the receptionist a little better. Each time we talk outside of the pets in our lives, I get to know her a little more, and I like her a little more. Chatting with her is quite easy.

We’re to revisit this later, and I’m looking forward to the opportunity. May be I’ll need to get to visit with her again soon. I pray it isn’t for the reason I was in there yesterday (see yesterday’s post).

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