by folding laundry, a chore she despises.
she walked up to a beautiful, little girl in a wheelchair, pulled the change from her red, paisley purse, and then, handed the girl’s mom two dimes and ten pennies.
“This is to help you with her.”
And when I heard, I wanted to
because of embarrassment.
I worried about offending.
But as she sat on a folding chair in an overcrowded sanctuary and created a happy face from watermelon and blueberries, I began to think Matthew was right.
I tell you the truth, unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of Heaven. Matthew 18:3