One of the best things you can do for yourself is to do something for someone else. There is something about serving others that makes us happier with life.
Welcome a new neighbor with a plate of cookies, donate some time at a homeless shelter, visit an elderly neighbor, befriend a lonely child. “In as much as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren ye have done it unto me” whether you are Christian or not, living the golden rule is a key to a well lived life.
I’m sure a lot of you had or have Parents like I did. Growing up in the 1920’s and ’30’s like they did, service was expected of everyone in the community, and kids were taught at a early age to not only work, but to be good neighbors too.
I don’t think my Father could have heard a better compliment of one of his seven children than “your kids know how to work” I think that said as much about him as us. Early in his life my Dad owned a full service Dairy. He milked the herd, pasteurized the milk and then delivered It. Because of the nature of such a profession he worked for seven years straight, without a single day off!
My folks grew up during the depression, as a child I was expected to “finish my plate” and “turn off the lights” my older brother jokes that Dad may have invented copper wire because he could stretch a penny so far. My Mom wasn’t going to be outdone, she bought the “special today” meat, and once tried to pass off sour milk, concealed, as it was, as chocolate. (Failed miserably) Overall though, I had great parents and have been richly blessed by the lessons and values they instilled in me.
At 1-855-752-2522 concrete raising, we love the communities in which we work. We live here, we shop here and we want to give back to those who have made us a success.
For the 2014 year we are donating two free concrete lifting jobs.
The first is a drawing open to anyone who attends one of the home shows we are in this year, for dates go to www.SlabjackGeotechnical.com (go to events to find when the show dates are for your area) Spokane, Tri-Cities, Wenatchee and Yakima. (Value up to $500) Drawing to be held 4/15/2014
The second is open to Non-profit organizations and Veterans. (Value up to $750) if you know a Veteran, or you yourself are one and need your concrete leveled, please fill our the bid request form on our web site noting you are a Veteran, and forward this blog to other Vets you know. This drawing will be held 7/30/2014
Commit to doing a random act of kindness this week, then get out of your comfort zone and volunteer, you will not regret it.
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