Pictures to Ponder Post – The PS


Last week a dear friend of mine stopped by with her friend Judith. We had a nice visit and I gave them the “nickel tour.”

As they were leaving my staff presented them each with a presentation bouquet of half a dozen long-stem red roses, because that’s what we do whenever someone visits for the first time and I give them a tour, they cannot leave empty handed.

As they say, good deeds never go unnoticed and this was no exception. Sheila sent me the following lovely thank you note:

“Hi Heidi, Thank you so much for the delightful visit today and the generous gift of your time, as well as the beautiful flowers.  With appreciation and love,” Sheila

PS – I also put the video and a couple of photos …might do more on http://www.sheilafinkelstein.com/roses-heidi.html

Sometimes the greatest gift is in the “PS” and I just had to share it with you. You see I too was working on a video when Sheila and Judith stopped by (which you will hear more about in the next post) and I guess it inspired Sheila to create one for her readers. How delightful!

If you’d like more beautiful photos like this one, be sure and sign up for Sheila’s Pictures to Ponder Newsletter at http://www.sheilafinkelstein.com/PTP-subscribe-sf.html

Tell her “Heidi sent you.”

And if you too would like some beautiful roses like these, stop by and say Hi!

Visit us online at www.EdenFlorist.com.

One thought on “Pictures to Ponder Post – The PS

  1. Thank you so much, Heidi, for your kind words and web page referral. It was great meeting you face-to-face. You are without a doubt one of the most generous, positive, upbeat persons that I know. I am thrilled that you are part of my life.

    I was not aware of this blog and am now happily signing up for its feed.

    And, almost, a PS – Initially when I saw this blog’s name, I immediately thought it was tulips related. I now suspect that “tulips” are symbolic of something special for you here in addition to being a beautiful flower.

    The tulip is the symbol for “hope”, though I suspect knowing you who are more about “intention” than “hope”, that it may represent something very different for you. As you undoubtedly know, the red and white tulip was named after James Parkinson. For the past three years, during April and Parkinson’s Disease Awareness month, I’ve featured tulips in Picture to Ponder and created a tulips page on my site. See TULIPS 2008 and the links at the bottom of that page for 2006 and 2007.

    Thanks again. With great appreciation,
    Sheila

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