Thanks for the lovely interaction yesterday with a Barnet Quaker distributing white poppies. Thank you for your interest and support for the work of Angel Hands and look forward to meeting with you again.
Red poppies to honour and remember the brave service men and women who lost their lives for our country.
White poppies to show respects but also to emphasise the ongoing work to prevent war and causes of war. Its the time of year people stand together to reflect and appreciate.
Today is Halloween! A bustling night which has become so popular in the UK. Many children and families rushing to spend the evening at parties or trick and treating.
Just a small thought for some of the slightly older population – According to Help the Aged 1 million older people regularly go a month without speaking to anyone.
To look and notice an elderly person alone, shopping or walking in the busy streets and give a smile, is like an Angelic gift.
We all feel better when someone smiles, a real genuine smile. Its obviously not true that every elderly person is alone, but whats the harm in sharing a smile, I reckon the more we all get into the habit of smiling especially at those who may really appreciate it, the happier everyone will be!
A straw can break the camels back, and don’t we all feel that sometimes! Well I bet a smile can turn around someones day.
Angel Hands do more than smile, but in between everything else we try remember and pass on the little free gifts of life too.
Dropping off a little Angel Box for a very young lady who has been in and out of hospital lately. Her family have been struggling to work around this and as well as a few treats we are giving some vouchers to stock up on those much needed essentials.