Instead of sharing how I've tried to be kind and helpful to someone today, I'm going to tell you about someone doing it to me. Plural.
Friends of mine know that I'd go nuts if I could t bake, nothing more depressing than no flour in the shops. So two of my fabulous friends have dropped on my doorstep a total of five bags! I am one lucky baker in this shortage.
Secondly, a cashier at Asda was being a bit hoardy, telling me they've not got many stamps, insinuating could I go elsewhere... I said I only needed one and the lady behind me in the queue (2m away of course!) offered me one from her wallet. She said it would make her happy to help someone out, so we both won. Take that, Asda and your hoarding ways!
Also, my bestie dropped round some of her hot cross buns. She knows they're my favourite food, so what a pick-me-up on an otherwise boring day in lockdown.
Good times. It's lovely to be the recipient of good things and good vibes.
(I'm still being productive and making time for myself too, by the way - today I read a lot of my book to relax, and made some South African chocolate bread).