Sittin' Under the Oak Tree 11-05-19

Like the little old Lady who returned

your wallet yesterday.

Like the checker at the grocery store who told

you that your eyes light up the world when

you smile.

Like the little child who showed you his

best-ever favorite toy.

Like the poor man who offered to share

his lunch with you.

Like the rich man who showed you that it

really is possible if only you believe.

Like the stranger who just happened to come

along when you had just lost your way.

Like the friend who touched your heart when

you didn’t think you had one to touch.

Angels come in all sizes and shapes,

all ages and skin types.

Some with freckles, some with dimples, some

with wrinkles, some without.

They come disguised as friends, enemies,

teachers, students, lovers and fools.

They don’t take life too seriously; mostly,

they travel light.

They leave no forwarding address,

they ask nothing in return.

They wear gossamer wings,

they get a deal on dry cleaning.

They are hard to find when your eyes are

closed, but they are everywhere you look

when you choose to see.

Honey Bee’s Note: It takes both the sun and

the rain to make a beautiful rainbow!