So about nobody being interested



I was out for lunch yesterday, and chose a table by the window so I would have good light for stitching when I finished eating.

I had been doing so for a little while when my light was suddenly blocked. I looked up, and there was a woman standing there, looking interestedly at what I was doing.

So I held it up so that she could see.

She gave me an enthusiastic smile and made "applause" motions with her mittened hands. I smiled back, and mouthed "thank you".

"Happy new year!" she mouthed back.

"And to you!" I said.

And then she went on her way.

The exchange took all of a minute, but it warmed me the rest of the day.

I guess I still feel a little toasty today, too.   😊

Talk soon,


Kit

Kit Lang

4 comments:

  1. There ya go. I had a feeling your earlier thoughts on working in public didn't quite ring true, at least in my experience. So happy you had this little exchange, a true kindness from a stranger. :-)

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  2. And the story of her encouraging you, warming your heart, has encouraged me and warmed mine too. Happy Saturday! :-)

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  3. what a fine story, Kit. For all those hesitant moments, I will remember this one and trust that it is the new normal...I would love wome of that sweet, quiet, positive support messaging...very special, indeed.
    Kristin

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  4. It's the little things isn't it. I'm a constant public stitcher when I can and love all the comments.

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