So I noticed the salon was very quiet. Much more so than usual. I asked Teresa, who was cutting my hair, where everyone was because looking all around me I couldn't see a soul.
She said they had all left home for the day.
So while Teresa was trimming, I started talking about
Dennis…how we are in the process of cleaning out his make-do office down our hall,and creating a more functional office for him right off our front door. I said to Teresa, "This is hard becauseI know nothing about organizing an office."
Just as I finished that last sentence, a woman came out of nowhere and handed me a pamphlet and said,"Here."
My jaw dropped. All was quiet, and then I asked, "WHERE did you come from?"
Like she had just fallen out of the sky.
The woman explained she is a manicurist and had just finished her last client for the day, and heard us talking. She must have been working behind a wall.
I asked this suddenly appearing woman, "Have you heard the saying 'When the student is ready the teacher will appear?' I never thought it would be so literal. This is crazy."
So then she says, "If you want any references just let me know."
I gave the pamphlet right back to her and said, "Yes, write the references on here!"
If nothing else, it will be learning experience for us. The students are ready.
I just need to talk one of the students into it.
Den completed the painting this morning…
Revere Pewter again. We love it.
I've never known anyone to hire an organizer. I wonder if this really does help, or is organization all a matter of personal preference??
"Charity is accepting someone who has let us down; or resisting the impulse to become offended when someone doesn't handle something the way we might have hoped...The best and most clear indicator that we are progressing spiritually and coming unto Christ is the way we treat other people..." -Marvin J. Ashton