Feel Good Friday #115
Every week Doubting Believer brings you things to read, watch or listen to that are sure to make you smile. Because we all could use a little good news.
The Power of the Personal Note
Regular readers know that I’m a big fan of the old-fashioned, snail mail note, so I was delighted. to see that teens have adopted this practice and thanking healthcare workers. Wanna start (or get back to) writing notes of your own and need a few tips? Check out my handy dandy guide to the Art of the Handwritten Note.
This kid has the secret sauce, and she’s not sharing–at least not the recipe.
It Takes a Village
Anyone who loves a child on the autism spectrum knows that their food choices can be narrow and specific. Eating is a sensory experience and smell, taste and texture play a part in what is and isn’t palatable. In the midst of the pandemic shortages, one mom couldn’t find the SpaghettiOs with Meatballs for her daughter, and her community responded. A great example that there are many (and meatball-filled) ways to reach out and help our neighbors.
A Priest Walks into a Floating Tiki Bar
There’s a joke here somewhere. A drowning man was saved by a floating tiki bar full of priests. You can’t make that up.
Get some rest.
Talk to God.
Connect with people you love.
Take good care of yourself. The world needs you.
Rev. Anne Russ is an ordained pastor in the Presbyterian Church (USA), currently based in New York City. Doubting Believer provides tools and encouragement for the rollercoaster ride of your faith journey. Follow us on Facebook and get emails to keep up with all that is happening.