Published by SandyHibbard
Sandy is a marketing and design professional and owner of Sandy Hibbard Creative, Inc. As a creative writer, Sandy offers her poetry and prose to Saturday Soul, a journey that began many years ago in her journals and first appeared on SaturdaySoul.com in 2009. "This is my outlet for poetry, prose and deep thinking on all things soulish.
I love the weekend. Saturday and Sunday are my favorite days, they bring a hope of rest and soul contemplation that in my crazy world of marketing and advertising I have little time for Monday through Friday. Saturday Soul is an extension of that feeling in blog form."
You can also read Sandy's travel blog at www.2sistersinparis.com.
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A heartfelt “Thank You” for sharing your Saturday Soul with me! I read several postings before I went grocery shopping today and when I got back felt compelled to send You this Sunday blessing:
I was at Tom Thumb this evening (shopping the outside aisles, of course, except for rice, spice and taco shells – and, oh yeah – a mop). One of my happiest places on earth is the grocery store (pretty much any grocery store).
I was close to finished with the shopping list when I came to Dairy and started picking through packages of butter trying to find the one with the furthest out expiration date when I thought: “Wouldn’t it be great if we could shop for love like this!?” then: “What if we can but we don’t look hard enough or aren’t capable of looking close enough?“ and then: “What if we can’t see our own love’s expiration date but if we really look we can see others’?”
My greatest wish for You is that You find The Love that says “Never”