Monday, May 2, 2011

Joyful Mail

Do you ever have one of those days where you just need a little something to lift your spirits and brighten your outlook? I was having one of those days last week when I found this lovely PIF from Mel in my mailbox.


I like the way this gorgeous frame is so elegantly embellished with sheer ribbon and flowers, and the scripture art that Mel found to include is perfect. I now have this displayed on my desk top where I can see it each day. It was accompanied by the happy bird on this sweet note from Mel.


And then I checked my inbox this morning to discover that I am the next recipient of last August's Pass the Book from Sian. So, I'll be watching my mailbox for another package from Mel containing the Where Women Create Book of Inspiration. Oh, lucky me!

I didn't realize when I started blogging and making friendships in blogland that it would add so much enjoyment to checking for the mail each day. I hope you find something in your mailbox or inbox today that will add a smile to your day!

9 comments:

Tracy said...

I love that little frame, so special!

Rachel B said...

That is so lovely Melissa...and congrats on Pass the book too :)

humel said...

Well, I just found a post to read that made me smile! :-) Thanks, Melissa - so glad you like your PIF xx

PS Just this minute finished packaging and addressing the book for you!!

Cheri said...

yes, you are indeed a lucky girl today with lots to smile about!

Rebekah said...

How special! What a fun day for you! Will have to check out the book. I do like their website. Will have to look into the "pass the book" idea too!

Sian said...

There is nothing like hearing the letterbox click and racing to see what has arrived :)

Alison said...

No wonder you are a happy bunny...I love getting exciting mail!( as opposed to bills:( )
Alison xx

MonicaB said...

Getting unexpected mail is always the best! The frame is lovely! Have fun with the book when it comes.

Amy said...

Happy mail just makes your day doesn't it?! You are going to enjoy those books I am sure and Mel always knows just the right thing to send in her parcels! :-)