I've been doing a study on thoughtfulness, kindness, you know putting your intentions into actions. As mother says; 'putting legs on it.' I will have a post tomorrow morning on The KJV Directory http://kjvblogs.blogspot.com/ that will deal with some of this: I don't want to give all of it away before tomorrow, but for today, I encourage you to do something extra and unexpected for someone in your household. Like what, you ask? Take out time just to listen and talk, I believe that is considered a conversation. Sometimes we're in the same house, but we're not together. Fix someone a snack or pour them a drink, do one of their chores for them, put a 'happy' note in someones lunch box for tomorrow. Put your thinking cap on, I know you'll come up with something nice! My second suggestion: call someone. Call your mother or daddy, grandparents, an aunt or uncle you've not talked to or seen in a long time. Call a shut in, widow, widower, someone sick or in despair. Don't talk for hours, just about 2 minutes will do. Ask how they are, if they need anything, and while you're at it, tell them how special they are to you. A small act is greater than the greatest intention! You'll be the one that ends up getting blessed! Oh, by the way, I'm glad you visited Life By George today. Thanks. God loves you, and that there is reason enough to feel very special, yes, very special indeed!