October 17, 2006



"To Do" "Ta Da" Tuesday
Hospitality Basket
Over the last several weeks I have been talking a lot about hospitality. I got to thinking that wouldn't it be nice to have a special basket to carry items in when we are out "spreading hospitality!" I decided to go with an autumn theme and I will just change out the cloth and bow for the appropriate season. I think it will look so much nicer than bringing cookies or bread in a grocery sack! I can't emphasize enough, Dollar Stores, y'all!! You will be able to make your hospitality basket for just a few dollars. Now, go out and spread some hospitality!! There is someone just
waiting for you to "come a calling!"

5 comments:

Kelli said...

Susan, your hospitality basket looks wonderful!!!
Kelli

clarice said...

Susan, you are so inspiring. You basket reminds me of tea-in-a-basket I have done. But a wonderful idea to have basket all done up, ready for the those times when needed. Clarice

Heart to Heart said...

That is a great idea. I would like to make more time to do more goodies for friends and loved ones. I do mail a handwritten card once a week to a youth girl in our youth group and a lady of the church. I just let God lay someone on my heart that week and mail them a note. I love this idea though. I am excited to search your blog a little more. It feels like such a good atmosphere.
Chrissy
momther-moments

Mrs. Staggs said...

Hi Susan,
Thanks for dropping by Merryville and leaving your kind comment.
I like the new look of your blog very much and think you've shared so many nice ideas here. This is one I appreciate very much.
Thank you!

Susan P. said...

Kelli, thank you:)

Clarice, oh, I would love to see the "tea in a basket" that you made! It sounds like something I would love:)

Chrissy, what a wonderful idea about the handwritten note. What a wonderful way to say you care to someone in need. I am sure that it is such an encouragment and it is something that they can read over and over again. You are definitely brightening up the lives of others:)

Mrs. Staggs, I'm so glad you stopped by. I have missed my visits to Merryville so much:)