Sometimes a helping hand is needed. I know that volunteer work goes on all over the world. Tons of good deeds that never get headline news, or Oprah worthy TV, or medals and prizes. Quiet acts of service. The things Heaven is hoping for and people appreciate. This past weekend a tiny congregation needed some landscaping help. The Minister of this Church wasn't sure how he could get it all done. One of his members is related to the Bishop of our Ward. A few phone calls and plans later....57 of our Ward members showed up in force with tools and helping hands.
Now, on another "Helping Hands" subject....Our little friend, Elyse, needed some TLC after having some eye surgery. She stayed overnight with us so drops could be put in her eyes and she wouldn't have to be alone that first night. (Her parents are on their own "helping hands" Church mission until November.)