A Humble Gift


He is 81 and his mind is sharp, but his body is not as limber as it once was.

His daughter has a very busy life as a successful business woman as well as a wife, mother and grandmother.  She is also very active in her church and as a volunteer.

For Father’s Day, she gave him a foot bath, and a promise.

Now every few weeks, she goes to his house and has him soak his feet in his warm, soothing new foot bath and then she gives him a pedicure.

In the bible, washing someone’s feet is considered an act of love and respect.  How fitting.

7 Responses to A Humble Gift

  1. Beth says:

    What a beautiful gift for a man who has probably given so much to her.

  2. Amy O says:

    This is a wonderful gesture and example of a true disciple of God.

  3. Sandra says:

    Beth — You are so right. But, she is the first daughter I have ever known who came up with this way of showing her love and appreciation for all he did! She’s my niece and a very special person.

    New Diva — Lovely is a perfect description.

    Amy — Yes, she is truly one who looks for ways to live her faith, like this example. I am in awe of her.

  4. Danielle says:

    That is a beautiful idea…

  5. chrissy says:

    Beautiful! The time will be well spent a sign of admiration.

  6. Sandra says:

    Danielle — I think so too. I would never have thought of it myself, but it certainly is a wonderful idea.

    Chrissy — Yes, it is an act of admiration, isn’t it.

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