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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!
I am working with Mr. Linky to get a Mr.Linky sign up on my posts. And I put together a graphic that you can use on your posts if you would like. Be sure to leave a comment so I can come read your Acts of Random Kindness!
1. On Monday, while I was standing staring at tranmission fluid and trying to figure out the right one for my car (do you remember the days when there was only one?), a voice behind me asked what kind of car I drove. It was a teenager and he said he worked at Advance Auto and would help me. I told him, he handed me the bottle I needed. Terrific:)
2. Later on as i was leaving the Sam’s parking lot, a car pulled up and the driver asked me for directions. I explained where to go (only a few blocks away), but he seemed confused, so i told them to follow me. It was only a little out of my way. I was glad to be able to help them. And they thanked me as they drove by in the left turn lane.
3. Kind words were spoken to me and encouraging me through difficult times this week.
4. I have volunteered to drive my neighbors daughter to catch the bus in the morning for the next week or so. She is a single mom and leaves at 6 am. It is very dry here and the dusty road has been bringing on breathing attacks for her daughter (she doesn’t have asthma, but got bronchitis a week ago. So to make sure she gets to the bus and doesn’t have an attack, I am driving her up our dusty road.