Wednesday, September 28, 2016

(Happy Post Script) THAT RAINBOW STRING BAG

Famous to readers of this blog, Caleb O'Connor was the 'angel' who found and returned my missing rainbow string bag left on the Amtrak train that carried me back home from a week away in Massachusetts September 3rd through the 11th.  It was his kindness and above and beyond diligence that ended my anxiety with a phone call at 10:30 PM on the 12th, and he personally mailed all via UPS which arrived in tact safely on the 16th.
Since then, I have informed all the many Amtrak employees, the Amtrak police, and the company Caleb works for of the good news, and my gratitude to all.  Yesterday His wife, Emily got in touch by email "We just got your lovely card. Caleb is not much of an email user so I am emailing on his behalf ☺️ we would love to read your story. I am so glad he was able to get your purse back to you he is a special guy and I too have been very proud to share this story." I sent her the "Story" contained in two posting on my blog:
But the new news is that they are on Instagram, and "you should follow along our little hobby...Marydale is our name or we have a website." Oh, hooray, it is a simply beautiful Vermont paradise!
(forgive the sometimes blurry screen shots)

There are Goats...
 and Hens...
 Ducks and Geese...
 Squashes and other seasonal Produce.
There's a shop too where one can order textiles and apothecary items!  Have a look around:

5 comments:

Nancy said...

Oh Michelle, Michelle, Michelle!! This is the best! Ain't life grand! Heading over there now :)

Saskia van Herwaarden said...

what a tale! it is really comforting reminder of human kindness

grace Forrest~Maestas said...

i found Marydale Farm and this is BEYOND great...this connection...
i could not however get the shop to come up...will try again tomorrow
morning Early...
This is all such Happiness.............

Ms. said...

I can't get in to the shop either. Emily is on Facebook and so is the story https://www.facebook.com/shmem.duns?pnref=friends.search...Maybe I'll message her..I also have her email.

Mo Crow said...

what a good story!