~Thrifty Thursday: a surprise blessing~

Thrifty Thursday is so fun, isn't it? Above is a little black graduation cap box that I found at a local thrift store for just $1.00. Cute, isn't it? Now guess what friends: there was something inside the box. To see what was inside the box, follow the link below my signature.
After purchasing, I got into the car and opened the box, to find a sterling silver key fob in the bottom underneath the velvet lining. Feeling badly for paying only $1.00 for this beautiful item, I immediately went back into the store and showed them the fob. The lady said that she did open the box, but did not look under the lining. I offered to either return the fob or pay more for it, but the lady gave it to me! This store calls that "blessing" someone. The beautiful fob is engraved with Class of 2005 (shown in the photo). The other side is engraved with Jeremiah 29:11 "For I know the plans that I have for you...to give you a future and hope".


  1. An act of kindness in the making for both you and the store.

  2. Hi Danice, What a wonderful surprise you found. Love the book, and your pic is so pretty!!! Have a wonderful day! Hugs,

  3. Oh, Danice! What a wonderful surprise...a treasure indeed! And I'm so glad you kept it to enjoy. It's perfect for you...you are always doing so much for others! Sweet hugs my friend!

  4. What a sweet blessing for you Danice! I love that about you!!


  5. Holy Hannah I was absolutely meant to come by your blog today. The verse from Jeremiah was perfect for my own blog I wrote not 20 minutes ago. THANK YOU. I love how God knows when to answer a quiet prayer. Hugs. Tammy... lovely find.

  6. I am so proud of you for going back in. Not everyone would do that! I love your "blessing"! I love that verse. It is quite the comfort, huh? I like the box in front of your beautiful picture- beautiful on the inside and out!

    Love and hugs, Dear!

  7. Thank you all. That "book" is actually one of those secret storage boxes disguised as a "book", lol! 'Got that years ago when I worked at Hancock Fabrics :)


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