Thursday, June 4, 2015

Hello, My Name is Robin

We had breakfast at IHOP a few mornings ago and met an earthly angel named Robin. She came to our table and introduced herself as our server and JOY radiated from her.  We could feel it in the air, wrapping around us like a warm winter shawl.

That JOY was all around her as she walked the aisles waiting on her tables.  You could tell she was loving life and loving people.
As she worked, she hummed and sang to herself, quietly and softly.
She was contagious!  I knew I loved her....
Mr D and I came to the same conclusion ~ this young woman knew the Lord ~ this young woman must be a child of God.  It couldn't be anything else...her His light was shining bright!
When our meal was over and Robin gave us our check I told her how blessed her happiness made me feel.  Lordy Mercy...she opened up!  Her sweet hand went up and she told us she was a child of God, and that she was highly favored. She told us how much she loved the Lord.  Well she didn't really have to tell us that, her actions showed it loud and clear.  She went on to tell us how blessed she was to have a Daddy that is a pastor and a granddaddy that is a pastor. 
 Yep, sometimes you just know, sometimes actions do speak louder than words!
Matthew 5:16
 Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works and glorify your Father in heaven.
Until Next Time
Feeling Blessed


  1. Dear Mary...what a beautiful young woman, on fire for the Lord! Isn't it amazing how we can really see when someone is a child of God...? Thank you so much for sharing this precious story with blessed me today, and I have been inspired too:)
    Hugs and much dear love to you, Mary! May your weekend be a blessed one!

  2. Oh my goodness, this post made me smile beginning to end! You are so right! Even in the photos you can see His light shining through her! Blessed indeed!

  3. This blessed me!

    :) I wonder, when Robin woke up that morning, did she know she would be a blessing to someone miles away who she had not even met? Life is funny!

  4. Oh I love hearing stories like this! Kindred spirit knows kindred spirit! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

  5. What an awesome encounter!!! God truly blessed you with her as your server. I want to be just like Robin when I grow up. :-)

  6. Oh my! Thank you for the happy really can tell on her face. I agree with Deb--I want to be just like her when I grow up...thank you Mary, thank you. Blessings

  7. How wonderful that be to shine for God. It shows wherever we are:)


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