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Re: [abrahamhicks-297] One Potato, Two Potato--A Thanksgiving story!!!

From: Jennifer Young Brown *.
Sent on: Friday, November 23, 2012 1:57 AM
HiLibby and Sam, and ' The Group"
Love This Story, And it arrived at the perfect moment for me to Change my focus.. Thank You!!! Happy Thanks giving To  All of You,  although a few hours late.

Love Joy!

On Tue, Nov 20, 2012 at 3:47 PM, Libby Berngard <[address removed]> wrote:

I had a wonderful experience today and thought I would share it with you!!

Today I went to Walmart to get the ingredients to make mashed potatoes.  I hand picked these delicious large potatoes and picked up a few other grocery items while there.  As I was walking to my car, I observed that the bag was open and I had left a trail of potatoes behind me from the entrance to where I was standing.  I left my cart and went about collecting my potatoes.  One man opened his car door and had picked up a few--He saw me waving and gave me the potatoes.  My arms were now full of loose potatoes.   I returned to where I had left the cart in the parking lot and while I attempted to put the potatoes back in the bag a few more fell to the ground.   One rolled under a car.  I was ready to burst into laughter, when this handsome tall gentlemen with a lovely Spanish accent came to my assistance and began picking up the potatoes for me.  He then said,

"No need to worry about the potatoes--isn't it wonderful that you are here having this experience.  That is what life is about."  How LOVEly!!!  Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.  InJOY!!!

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