Sunday, 15 January 2006

Clearing out

 

I was clearing out an old handbag to day  - I found lots of odds and ends  - an old gold bracelet with charms on ......A blood Donars card...old photographs, some premium bonds (Which to my knowlege have never won anything) must check them out....

I did find the following little verse tucked away in one corner of a pocket....I had cut it from a magazine many moons ago.

Just thought you might like to share it:-

 

"Hug me Better"

 had just had some medical treatment

and was feeling a bit low when my granddaughter  sent me a

small gingham 'Survival sack' inside was one birthday candle

one length of string - a glass marble - one penny - one eraser -

and one cardboard heart with HUG written in the centre.

this verse was attached to the heart.

We all have those days

When we feel a bit blue

but this bag contains things

to help see you through

an eraser to rub out

mistakes with one swipe

A candle to light up the gloomist night

cash when you feel that

your backs to the wall

a marble to make sure

you don't loose them all

string to stop everything falling apart

and a Hug full of warmth that come

straight from the heart.

It certainly cheered me up

                                         Nora Besnard Newton Aycliffe

 

It cheered me up too....

 

Thank you Sara

21 comments:

salemslot9 said...

sweet :)
even though it was only
a penny
hehe

jeadie05 said...

Oh Ally that is so sweet ,what a lovely thing to do ,you must treasure that ...Jan xx

msecz said...

what a nice find.... I should go and check my purses out.... :) Sandra

csandhollow said...

How sweet!

jaymact1 said...

Super little verse so well thought out. Love joan.

kywoman319 said...

Hi Ally
What a super verse.I should check my purses out..Maybe some money stashed..Naaaaa Never enough to stash.
Take Care,Melodie

plieck30 said...

Nice encouraging little verse. I cleaned a handbag out the other day to find a pretty writing pen with my name on it that my daughter had given me months ago. I couldn't imagine where I had lost it that someone didn't find it and return it to me with my name on it. It was in the lining. Had slipped through a tiny hole I didn't know was there. I was so happy to find it as I know you were to find the poem. Paula

icklemisssexpot said...

What a great thing to get when you're feeling poorly or in hospital...The items and verse are brill :o)  Caff xxx

sdrogerson said...

how very sweet..........................lovely Ally

sdoscher458 said...

I love that....a couple of weeks ago I opened up one of my suitcases that I normally take with up to visit the Grandbabies and I found a small treasure,  a hand drawn heart by the oldest girl, with the saying "For Grandma Sandi...I love you...Britt" that little piece of paper cheered me up for days.  It now has a place of love on my fridge....Sandi http://journals.aol.com/sdoscher458/LifeIsFullOfSurprises

jlocorriere05 said...

What a great little verse. I love clearing out my handbags and seeing what I can find! Jeannette.

grahamfarmga said...

What a cute poem
Terrie

mtrib2 said...

Wonderful poem with items to cheer you up!    mark

mllevl said...

What a lovely verse Ally. Of all the goodies you found in in your handbag that was the best.  HAve a good day.
Eve

nedmoh said...

How lovely that your Grandaughter sent you that survival Sack, the poem is so nice.Pete and I are blood donors and I have a silver charm bracelet.......Jeanx

cgrundey05 said...

OH! This is just SO sweet!!

Claire x

labdancer51 said...

Hi Ally, thanks for sharing this, it must have really cheered you up. :o)

Sandra xxxx

stupidsheetguy said...

That poem is sheer genius! What a thoughtful gift! Cherish it always.


Jimmy

sarajanesmiles said...

Awww, that's so sweet :o)
Sara   x

onemoretina said...

I love that, Ally ... what a sweet and thoughtful idea.  I'm gonna make a copy of that one ... it's a keeper.  Tina http://journals.aol.com/onemoretina/Ridealongwithme

happinessdreams said...

sweet.
elisa