We have been digging ourselves out since the snowstorm on January 23rd, and something special happened yesterday. It made our day. Gregg was out front shoveling, when ten of our neighbors walked down the street, two with snow blowers. They even dug a cut-out for the mailbox so that our mailman can deliver the mail. Can't thank them enough for this very special kindness. They did this for every neighbor who still needed help getting rid of their snow. Neighbors helping neighbors.
What an incredibly kind and special group of people. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
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N.C. Sue at (Wordless on Tuesday) at Image-in-ing.
Isn't it heart-warming when something like this happens? Wonderful!ReplyDelete
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It seems 'u' have left the neighbours at some time! (if you see what I mean!)ReplyDelete
Thats a lot of snow!
Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne
So good to know you are all well after such a wild storm and how uplifting to see everyone coming together like this to help out!ReplyDelete
Best wishes for a calmer week!
You are blessed with real good neighbors! So very nice of them.ReplyDelete
Wow, that's so nice, take carexxReplyDelete
loved this. loved them.ReplyDelete
I love these kinds of stories! Heartwarming!ReplyDelete
You live in a great neighborhood. I'm surprised they have snow blowers where you live.ReplyDelete
So glad you have such helpful neighbors.ReplyDelete
I enjoyed perusing your blog photos of your trip to Hawaii. I am amazed you captured so many nice views that I take for granted. Maybe, David and I should get out of the house and do the same.
how nice! today i've got to clear out where our mailbox is!ReplyDelete
Up here snow blowers are essential, particularly in the country where driveways tend to be longer.ReplyDelete
Thats really very nice Denise.ReplyDelete
Good neighbours are hard to find, and such a blessing. I love this!!!ReplyDelete
awesome neighbors, chuck does the same thing and it always feels good to help out others!!! you sure did get a lot, we look about the same!!!ReplyDelete
That's what friends are for....seriously, I don't know how you manage all that snow.ReplyDelete
We think we have a lot when we have 8 or 10 inches at one time....
what a blessing for them to clear your snow.. i must say the thought did occur to me that since these are MEN with TOYS they are doing it for FUNReplyDelete
Perfect WINTER photos - bit cheeky of me but.... they would fit right in with our Photo Challenge Prompt this week:https://daffodilwild.wordpress.com/2016/01/26/winter/ReplyDelete
Isn't that a wonderful thing to us come together to help each other in these times of need.....ReplyDelete
I do like the feeling of community after a storm! It's great when people want to help others out!ReplyDelete
The America I love!ReplyDelete
How wonderful for you, yes, here are still nice people like these kind neighbors.ReplyDelete
Good to hear these stories of unexpected kindness. Thank goodness for helpful neighbors and friends!ReplyDelete
That is fabulous to have helpful neighbours.ReplyDelete
Hello, thank God for wonderful neighbors. We were lucky to have some great neighbors help to remove the snow too. Enjoy your day!ReplyDelete
Whoa -- it's almost a whiplash effect reading about your Hawaiian vacation at the same time as digging out from the snow. Great to have such good neighbors -- do be careful out there (I'm afraid of snow ;>)!ReplyDelete
Wonderful community action!ReplyDelete
That's a wonderful thing Denise-how lovely.ReplyDelete