By Kay • February 5, 2015
Over the years I have met some very interesting people. Two of the most interesting were two elderly sisters, Joan and Bernice, who lived in Dover. I'm not really sure how I became acquainted with them to be honest, but their way of talking about people inspired me.
It was always a pleasure to visit these two sisters. Just being greeted at the door was a joy. I remember well how happy they were when I came to visit. I always heard about the people who had been there before me. Each and every person was talked about in a positive way. The conversation would go something like this, "Oh Kay so and so was here yesterday. She is just the " salt of the earth", isn't she sister?" The other sister would reply, "Oh yes she is! Kay, you just can't believe how wonderful so and so is." I never heard Joan or Bernice say a negative word about anyone. NEVER!
I understood why these two had so much company when other people complained that no one cared about them. It was their attitude towards people. I had no doubt when the next person came to visit that they were going to hear how I was the "salt of the earth" and how happy they were that I had stopped by to visit.
What a wonderful example these two elderly sisters were to me. I will always be grateful that I had the opportunity to know them.
Cat Realizes The Outside Life Is Not For Him, Rings Doorbell And Begs To Be Let In
Truck Driver Leaves Toy For Person Who Always Waves As They Drive Past
Two Grinning Brothers Unaware That They Were Minutes Away From Being Struck By Lightning While Climbing Moro Rock
Top 10 Childish Things Grown Men Still Do -- And Still Enjoy Doing
A 2,000 Year Old Giant Cat Geoglyph Has Been Discovered In Peru
Man Grows A Giant Pumpkin, Rides It Down A River On His Birthday, Breaks World Record
Missing Cat Rings Family's Doorbell
A Coyote Finds A Squeaky Toy Outside. Turns Out Coyotes Love Squeaky Toys Too
Woman Captures Wholesome Family Moment On A Rainy Day
Hilarious Video Shows Cat Slapping Seals
That Time Michael Jackson Shocked The Crowd With His Deep Voice During A Performance