Gratitude and Gifts: Lessons in Receiving

Biggest gift you can give is your time.

It's A Blissful Life!

My son and I giving a helping hand. My son and I giving a helping hand.

The other night, I had the pleasure of feeding some of Las Vegas’ homeless. Don’t let that statement lead you to believe that I am some sort of Mother Teresa. See, I joined a Facebook page created for coming together every Monday to feed some of the Valley’s homeless a little over a month ago…and last night was my first time going. I have plenty of excuses from previously planned arrangements, myself being sick, my son being sick to just being exhausted and it being the only night I didn’t have something else planned so I just wanted to sit on my butt and do nothing. But I was out of excuses.

On Sunday evening my husband and I went to Sam’s Club to stock up on items: bread, cheese, lunch meat, bottles of water, Lil Cuties, Chips, snack crackers and chips…

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Author: ErnieHoward

Ernie Howard was born on January 29,1977, during a Minnesota blizzard. His two storytelling parents almost didn't make it to the hospital in their beat-up blue Cadillac. Ernie is the author of The Pool, A World Without, Walter, Float, On Holiday with an S.O.B. The Night Portals series, Melody 8 series as well as other titles. All of these books are available on Kindle. Ernie lives with his wife and 3 boys in Henderson, NV, where he dreams up new stories and tries to live every day to the fullest. Have any questions? Want to say hello? Connect with me below. Facebook: Website:

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