Wednesday, October 16, 2013
This would be a great way to help a friend or family - or if you're really ambitious, make it a church project for all military families, single ladies, etc.
Offer to change her oil.
Or, you can offer to pay for her oil change with a nice little gift certificate or something, too.
Or, you can offer to watch her kids so she can go get the oil changed and grab a coffee and some quiet time in the process.
Sometimes it's the things that seem little to some people, but are a huge monster deal to someone who's already feeling overwhelmed.
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