and don't pet the sweaty stuff - Jim Perry, on numerous occasions.
I believe that small things do mattter that eventually if you add up enough 1's you'll get to 100 or if you are just 1 short but you need 100, that could be a problem.
I'm not one of those people who will probably ever buy someone a present that costs $500, or take someone on a luxurious trip, no matter how much I love you. But when you are in need of a bowl of soup, or a cookie, or a ride to the airport, or I find that perfect $10 gift that I instantly thought of you because you told me you liked, say sock-monkeys (that which by the way must be some hot commodity because they don't have them at the Thrift Store, I checked), I'm your girl.
If it's your birthday, there will be a cake, or a game of pin the purse on Polly. You never know. If you're thirsty, I always have water. Or Mt. Dew.
I roll in the little things, I'm not a big thing kind of gal, unless it's my butt. I think it was Mother Theresa who said "I don't do big things, I do little things with big love". I think little things matter. A hug, a smile, a game of pin the purse on Polly, I think they matter.
And in all of it... To God be the glory.
Matt 10:42 "...And if anyone gives even a cup of cold water to one of these little ones because he is my disciple, I tell you the truth, he will certainly not lose his reward."