A Spontaneous Birthday Parade

A spontaneous parade begins when two friends hoist the birthday girl on their shoulders and lead the way.

A spontaneous parade begins when two friends hoist the birthday girl on their shoulders and lead the way.

My husband just happened to have the camera to capture this sweet moment. Fizz was completely surprised when two of her friends came from behind; one said, “You think it will work?”

The other answered, “Let’s do it!”

They scooped her up and started a birthday parade. She was surprised, delighted and absolutely celebrated as the rest of her friends followed behind her laughing and cheering. Wouldn’t be wonderful if we could ‘scoop’ each other up with our words and actions and help each other feel celebrated?

Life is wonderful and hard and each person is important – so let the spontaneous parades begin!

Was there a time in your life that you felt celebrated? Have you ever surprised someone with a wonderful celebration? Is there someone you would like to start a spontaneous parade for?

Share those stories!

Love this book!

http://www.amazon.com/Million-Miles-Thousand-Years-Learned-ebook/dp/B000XPPW50/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1420754569&sr=8-1&keywords=1000+miles+in+100+days I just read this and loved it! It’s about the story we tell with our life. Quotes I just have to share: “A good storyteller speaks something into nothing. Where there is an absence of story, or perhaps a bad story, a good storyteller walks in and changes reality. He doesn’t critique the existing story, or lament about his boredom, like a critic. He just tells something different and invites other people into the new story he is telling.” “You get a feeling when you look back on life that … all God really wants from us, [is] to … Continue reading