Being a Blessing

alone-15155_640I have been recently challenged in being a blessing to others. What do I say and how do I act towards others? I’d like to also encourage you this week to be a blessing to not only your family, but to someone else. Here are some ideas:


  • Start school an hour later if you have older students. 🙂
  • Go on an unexpected field trip.
  • Read a favorite book together.
  • Have a friend over to play.
  • Older students- have a friend over or allow them to take the car for coffee with a friend.
  • Fix a favorite snack one afternoon.
  • Have dessert first!
  • Play a game together.
  • If you have assigned chores, let them have a day off or pick a chore to do that is usually theirs.


  • Set up a play date.
  • Send a card.
  • Call and tell them one or two things you admire about them.
  • Make a meal or a dessert.
  • Offer to keep a their children for an afternoon.
  • Have coffee with someone you want to get to know better.

Thank you for being a blessing to me by reading my blog. Honestly, the feedback that I get from you keeps me writing and wanting to be a blessing to others. Have a great week!


2 thoughts on “Being a Blessing

  1. Lisa, you are truly a blessing to our kiddos and to us mamas! What a gift you have to have so many of us who want to sit with you and share our highs and lows without feeling judged. You are a gift!


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