Monday’s Act of Random Kindness

Inspired by the weekly contests at The Average Girl’s Guide to Being A Princess, I have decided to begin a regular post entitled Monday’s Act of Random Kindness. In it I will tell whatever random acts of kindness I manage to do, observe or receive during the week. I am hoping this will help me to be more aware of opportunities that I have to be kind to others. I also thought it would be a great way to start my week, and hopefully yours!
I would love to hear about your Random Acts of Kindess. Feel free to share in the comments below or if you post about them, leave a link and I’ll come visit!

1. My friend and author, Dotti Enderle, sent my children a signed copy of her newest book as a gift. The newest book is Hidden. She sent it as a thank you for some review work I had done for her. We can’t wait to read it!
2. Our family received four tickets to listen to Emile Pandolfi Christmas Show with Jim Sibley in Danville on December 2nd. A friend of ours had invited us to go and when I had to decline because of current finances, she sent tickets for us anyway. We absolutely cannot wait!
3. On Tuesday, I received an anonymous comment on my Home Sweet Home blog regarding a post I had made in March of 2006. It was a student who was researching the Ice Man and had found my site. She said it helped her with her school paper she was writing:) WOW!!!!

One thought on “Monday’s Act of Random Kindness

  1. Sarakastic

    I recently ordered a book & it arrived in the mail in wrapping paper covered with fun stamps. It was a little thing that made me smile because someone took extra effort for a complete stranger. Oh & your link to my site was very kind as well, thanks!


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