People use Front Porch Forum in lovely ways. The other day a proud mother shared the following with her neighbors…
“We are pleased to tell the community that [our son], an eight-year member of Huntington Troop 645, passed his Board of Review last week and is now an Eagle Scout.”
She provided some detail and showed great constraint in not bragging… just sharing really.
Well… she opened the flood gates and neighbors started flowing in with compliments about the Eagle Scout, as well as a sibling and the parents in general, e.g.,
“This is a wonderful accomplishment and one well deserved. I agree that [they] have done a wonderful job giving these great boys to our community. It gives me much hope for our future to know that there are boys like these in our world and contributing to our future generations. The welcoming smiles that these boys so readily share makes my day each time I cross paths with one of them. Thank you, thank you, thank you!”
The mother weighed in one more time, a bit embarrassed, but clearly appreciative of her kids AND her neighbors.
It’s a privilege to have Front Porch Forum used in this way.