A forgetful moment turns unforgettable

 Last week (was it last week already?!) I was a guest speaker at Wyoming Youth Services summer camp program. I brought in samples of Phro*Zen sandwiches, spoke about how I started the business, what my experience was like in the Wyoming school system, etc. Then, after a rousing game of dodgeball with the campers, I was on my way back into the summer heat – sans my reusable containers, extra stickers, and other supplies.

The camp leader was sweet enough to collect all of my items for me, and along with the package arrived a card signed by all of the campers. I thought the kids were great when I left them, but this little thank you note gave me new hope all over again.

“Thank you so much for showing us different ways of making ice cream and for caring about others and their ways of eating ice cream.”

“The ice cream was so so good!”

“Thank you for looking out for everyone’s needs.”

All I can say is that I’m blown away by the level of understanding and acceptance of others shown by the kids I was lucky enough to meet at this camp. They had so many questions, so many ideas to share, and every single one inspired me. I feel like I should write a thank you note for their thank you note. Love, Meg


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