is probably my favorite time of the year. Even though I live
in the south, I still enjoy the subtle change in seasons.
For me, autumn is a time of reflection upon the past year
and preparation for the holidays. I guess you could say,
it's like New Year's Day for me. While I mentally note what
has worked and what changes need to take place, I also take
time to ponder what I could be doing to improve myself
spiritually and temporally. The list, at times, seems
impossible. After much thought and prayer, I realized I
needed to reach out to others and let them know they
are appreciated. Three weeks ago, I began writing short
"thank you" notes to the Sacrament Speakers. All have been
surprised, and I would venture to say, possibly bewildered.
But I will remain steadfast - each deserves to know that he
or she was heard and is appreciated.
Daniels shares some practical tips for Visiting Teachers
who are assigned to a Letter Route. She discusses ways to
make your Sisters feel appreciated and loved. Enjoy!