"We're not beggers, sir. We want to wash your windows for free."

"This is a scam," he mumbled laughingly as he walked away. "Uh, so can we?" The man's disbelief was no obstacle to Kelsey, but only pushed the girls to make the tattoo parlor's windows extra shiny. Of course 10-year-old Ashley was more interested in exploring her options for tattoos and finding out the minimum legal age for pierced belly-buttons... But in spite of her distraction (and loose tongue) and Amy's tendency to block the doorway of the busy shop, two men came face to face with selfless servanthood, along with an older couple who saw that God's love can be shown to everyone, even those who don't think they want it. Not a bad way to end the week, eh?

1 comment:

corinneinthailand said...

Hey prayer partner! I miss you. I'm praying for you from across the world (your card is up on my wall!) I plan on writing you soon, so watch that mailbox- but not too closely- mail travels very slowly overseas. fail :)