“We don’t all need to be making biscuits, but we should all be doing something. We should be getting our hands into stuff to give. We should be blessing others, thinking of others, giving to others. And we should be doing it so freely that we don’t remember it, because we are willing to wait to see what is done with it. We are willing to see, years down the road, what kind of interest accrued on those biscuits.” Rachel Jankovic, Fit to Burst: Abundance, Mayhem, and the Joys of Motherhood
Since the soccer tournament is over, the requests for pain relievers and band-aids have decreased. But more and more people are asking for fishing hooks and birthday cakes! The little girls who want to fish always ask for Katherine when they come to our door, and the youth ask for Olivia.
(photo of Olivia and twins)
But my friends ask me for birthday cakes. Tomorrow, we will deliver two birthday cakes, one for each of these twins. And Wednesday, another birthday cake will go next door to our chief’s family as his oldest child celebrates her 20th birthday.