What's Been Happening
On the way back home to Orlando this past Sunday, I sat at the window seat, waiting for the plane to take off. Moments later, a giggling little girl sat beside me in the middle seat. Her daddy sat to her left in the aisle seat. I turned to her, “Do you want to sit by the window?”
“Yeah,” she said.
“I appreciate this,” her daddy said as I gathered my stuff and changed seats.
The little girl ooh’ed and aah’ed at all she saw out that window. The four-year-old commented about her delight of watching the plane take off, the clouds, the city underneath, the lakes and the scenery only a child would find fascinating.
But what fascinates me is that the little, insignificant things we do in life are the ones that mean the most to others.
In my upcoming trips, I’ll try to find more ways to bring a little happiness to others.