Swap Some Love Here

21 Oct Swap Some Love Here

This is your chance to share your story. Please remember to use 75 words or less, and share the exchange that occurred–while keeping it clean in case my children read this. Reply down below with your particular human encounter where you swapped some love. (Note: love is used broadly in this scenario–it does not mean LOVE in the sense of unending love in a devoted relationship. It means love as in it warmed your heart).

8 Comments
  • Julie Taylor
    Posted at 19:17h, 23 October Reply

    I felt the love and the positive energy! So excited to be a part of it! Lisa it is so awesome to see you following your heart and doing what you know you are meant to do!

  • arthriticbjj
    Posted at 19:20h, 23 October Reply

    Your blog looks fantastic Lisa! Thank you for sharing this with us tonight. Feel free to call on us for whatever you need.

    Sincerely,
    Mike and Teresa Mahaffey

  • Cathy D.
    Posted at 21:54h, 23 October Reply

    Just love this idea, Lisa! What a great way for you to express yourself and engage with others. I’m sure I’ve had something in the last few days that I could share. Just need to think on it and come back.

  • Directory of Dental Speakers
    Posted at 23:28h, 23 October Reply

    My favorite philosopher suggests that the best thing we can do with our thoughts is to pay attention to how we feel and reach for a ‘better’ thought. Continually. Every minute. I started noticing which thoughts make me ‘feel better’. This week my favorite thought is a memory of holding my kitten, Lil. She immediately purrs, melts into my shoulder and nuzzles my neck. It’s a moment of pure love for both us. :)

  • Shiloh
    Posted at 10:50h, 24 October Reply

    One day I commented that I liked someone’s market-type-basket. The next time I saw this person, she gave it to me as a gift! Such a lovely gesture from the heart!

  • Holly Workman
    Posted at 15:50h, 25 October Reply

    I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you
    did, but people will never forget how you made them feel. ~
    Maya Angelou

    Congrats on the Blog Launch Lisa and thanks for sharing your ideas with us!

  • sentagoertler
    Posted at 05:59h, 26 October Reply

    Check-out counter interaction:
    Older Woman to pre-teen trying to steal: “Take it out of your pocket. …“ He denies. Woman: “Just take it out, then we don’t have to call the police….” Kid eventually does. Woman: “I get it. You have no money. They put these temptations here. I will buy it for you. When you have a job and money you help me or someone else. But don’t steal.” Buys it. Kid says “thank you.”
    — okay the actual interaction was even kinder and sweeter, but you said 75 words.

    • admin
      Posted at 13:39h, 26 October Reply

      Thanks for sharing. What great stories–lots of love out there.

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