Background

In March 2008 I began Finding Pennies. In December 2008 I began sharing these "Penny Tales" with a few close friends. They encouraged me to blog the Penny Tales such that more people could enjoy the Adventures with Penny Angels.


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Joyfully, Tina


Wednesday, February 13, 2013

ASK


The Penny Finding just won’t end!  Today Doc stopped for a coffee at the local convenience store.  I went in with him to look for coins (yes, this addiction is difficult to break).  There were no coins to be found inside and I was disappointed.

As I walked out of the store, I remembered the “Word of the Day” from my yoga class.  The word was “ASK”.  Someone quoted the verse “You do not have, because you do not ask”.  Soooo… once again I challenged the Penny Angels.  “OK Angels, how about a coin before I get back in my truck?”  I looked in a muddy planter bed.  There were some pennies and nickels!! (Nickels are the rarest finds of the four basic coins).  I bent over to retrieve the coins …. I kept gobbling them up!  Doc called to see where I was, so I quickly returned to him.  I thought perhaps I had as many as 25 coins (my favorite number).  I unfolded my hand and we counted together … one, two, three… there were thirty-seven coins!  Including Two Hits for the Cycle!  (Defined as one penny, one nickel, one dime, and one quarter).

LESSON:  ASK!!!

Note:  I also challenged the Angels about “writing time”.  Doc and I expected (and allowed time for) stop-and-go morning traffic on the freeway.  I told the Angels if they wanted me to write a Penny Tale today, they would need to open up some time for me.  I was able to drive the maximum speed limit on the freeway!  Unheard of in morning traffic. Thus I had that extra time to write the Penny Tale for today!

Coin Count:   37 Coins            28 (P), 4 (N), 3 (D), 2 (Q) = $1.28
                        Two hits for the Cycle

1 comment:

  1. It was great to read your Tales on the Penny Tales blog.
    Thank you for going on. I am also addicted, but that's the other kind of addiction - reading :-)
    When I read your stories I have the feeling of presence with you there, in the US. :-)
    So continue this, please...!

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