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Energizer Bunny's Mommy Reports: Postman Pat

Mar 24, 2009

Postman Pat

We have a darling Postman whom Bunny girl fondly named 'Postman Pat'. (When she was younger it was "Patitees"!) Ever since she was less than 2 years old, she'd wait on the sofa for Postman Pat's van to take the turn to our apartments and on an odd day or two would wait for him with a cookie or an energy bar. She has always considered him a part of our friends list and mentions him right after our landlord and apartment handyman (yes they are on her friends list too).

Two weeks ago when she had her 3rd birthday party, she waited for him with an invitation card. Postman Pat was touched and told her he would make sure he'd come as he hadn't been able to make it for her party last year. Needless to say, Bunny girl was thrilled....we as parents thought it would not be realistic to encourage the joy as our Postman, in all probability, would not make it.

Halfway through the party, the doorbell rang and there on the door step stood our precious Postman, tired as ever after the day's rounds, standing with a bunch of balloons for our Princess. Bunny girl shrieked with joy and ran to the door and gave him a hug. He was apologetic he couldn't get her anything more but we know that even what he got for her was a lot.

Later that night as we prepared to retire to bed, Hubby and I agreed that the one thing that touched us the most at Bunny girl's party was our Postman's visit. No he didn't come in to celebrate with her but he took the time out from his rounds, stopped at our home again and made one little girl very happy. (He didn't even know Bunny girl was having a Disney themed party but got her a special Minnie Mouse balloon cool is that?!)

There are times in this material world, where we shirk back from giving to God only because we feel we can't or don't have the resources to meet up to others. But its at times like those we need to remember that God looks at our hearts and our lives and sees what we have.... and when we give our best from our little, to Him its bigger than anything else!

Bunny girl got some awesome gifts that day but for me, the one I'll never forget all my life, are the balloons she got from her Postman Pat!



At June 6, 2009 at 2:12 AM , Blogger Unknown said...

What a beautiful write up...just reflects the joy that our darling Bunny girl spreads around ...she fills lives with such happiness with her loving caring ways and her happy self !

At August 8, 2009 at 4:06 AM , Blogger Unknown said...

Happy SITS Saturday Sharefest! What a sweet story!


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