A few good things happened yesterday. Obviously there were more but these were the ones I noticed:
Money (destined for charity) that I had thought I'd lost turned up in my office in the school. I had last seen it on the refectory table in the friary and do not recall bringing it back to the school. I had given up on St. Anthony and having searched our bins, my room and anywhere else I thought it might be said a prayer to my Dad that it would turn up. I further prepared myself to explain to the donor (a member of staff) that I had lost the donation and would like to know the amount so that the friary could make good the loss. When I arrived at my office there it was on the chair.
Then I was given a Nintendo Wii plus games and extras to give away. It came via another member of staff, unused but without its box, and we had agreed to donate it to Our Lady's Hospital for Sick Children, Crumlin. I dropped it over to them today.
The third good thing was that my Mac, whose DVD drive has stopped working, will not have to be left in for repair but will be fixed while I wait as soon as they have the parts (I'm waiting for the call).
I was also given a Christmas present by a Sixth year: three handmade sweets. I am saving them for Christmas day!
Small things that put an extra shine on the day.