Service blog hop – 2/20/15

February 20, 2015
Remember Kallie from Life through a Lens who guest posted here last week? Well, this sweetheart of a gal is truly blossoming into blogger-hood and is starting her very first blog-hop, and I love what it’s all about.


For my act of service, I decided that I would write a nice note for one of Chelsea’s nursery teachers at church, that Chelsea and I would make cookies together, and I would try making a little graphic image. I quickly got to work on the graphic image, attempting to get in touch with my artistic side.

As I worked on my bit of art, I started to have some self-doubt. I knew that I would be sharing this experience here, online along with a few other amazing, kind, thoughtful, and VERY talented bloggers and I wondered if my act of service would be impressive enough, or if my art would end up just looking stupid and I would embarrass myself.

And then I remembered an important principle of service: It doesn’t matter how big or small the act is. The point is that I took some time out of my day to make someone else’s a little brighter.

So I stopped worrying and just enjoyed myself while trying something new, making cookies with my daughter, and writing a heat-felt letter of gratitude to the woman who works so hard to help my daughter’s little testimony of our Savior, Jesus Christ, grow.

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Thanks for stopping by today! Please take a little time to see what else I’ve got going on here, then do yourself a service, and stop by these other fabulous women. Most importantly, get yourself motivated to reach out and brighten someone else’s day today. See you next time!

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  1. I love it! You are awesome! I also love your graphic, and gotta love a plate full of cookies!

  2. This is so cute! The graphic is adorable! I totally agree with what you said at the beginning! I knew I wanted to link up to such a great project, but was worried about it being good or big enough. I love what you said about about not mattering how small or big it is and the point of service is to just brighten someone's day. I agree 100% and am trying to work on this more!

  3. Such a good reminder. Big and small, it really doesn't matter. It is so appreciated either way. XO -Alexandra

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  4. Thanks everyone! It was a good reminder for me and it was just a fun way to share my talents and talents-in-the-works!


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