I hardly ever go to the mailbox. It's a chore assigned to my husband because it's usually a blue moon when we get something not bill related from the post office. I, being the one in charge of dishing out chores, prefer to deny that there is such a thing as ugly as a bill… so my delegation skills come in handy here.
Without going into any more detail on such a dull story – I decided to check the mailbox myself today and it proved to be a fabulous choice. Look what happiness was waiting for me:
Oh Yes! A penguin postcard from Oakland, California (did you know they have penguins there? Yeah really!).
It's not my birthday, nor have I done anything great on purpose lately – yet my fabulous friend Trisha Lyn took a moment to send me this penguin postcard… and even included a plug for my own website. I hope the postlady read it and went and bought a t-shirt. THIS my dear pals is an example of what it means to be Trishalicious.
That girl is way better than sliced bread, definitely cooler than a popsicle in Minnesota in January. She's the bees knees I'd say except I don't really know what that means so what I mean is…
You're the Bomb Trisha, Thanks for making my day!
So the bonus moral to the message is: it's a difficult task to be a good friend these days. So many directions to go, so much that needs to get done. With family and jobs and obligations, often times we might find ourselves not prioritizing those that are important to us. Not everyone can earn the honor of wearing an official Trishalicious t-shirt… but everyone should try.
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You two are such great proof that a small gesture can mean the world – and how lovely you recognized Trisha’s thoughtfulness in such a fun way! “Trishialicious” definitely defines friendship 🙂