Random acts!

I don’t know who to thank, so I have decided to share the good story instead.

Tim, Fred and I were out looking at mill equipment today, dropping some stuff off, and picking up bird feeders.

It came around supper time and we stopped at a pub we knew had excellent quantities of food to fill up Tim.

We were happy to find the food was as good as we remembered.

The atmosphere was jovial, and we bantered back in forth with a table of people near by.

Tim continued to enjoy chatting it up with the smokers out taking their puffs, while I finished my coffee and waited for the bill.

The waitress came up, I reached for my wallet and she told me that they have a customer that randomly picks up other people’s bills. She said they had bought our entire meal. She said, ” the customer likes to remind people that there are still good people in the world. “

I was shocked! This was no coffee and donut, this was probably about an eighty dollar meal!

We asked her to thank them profusely, and tipped her well for her service.

I do not know why they chose us, but wow, thank you!

Today I was touched by kindness. I try to be a kindness warrior, not necessarily with money all the time. And I often miss the mark.

This act of kindness hit the target directly in my heart and left a mark!

Thank you kindness warriors wherever you may be!

Acts of kindness!

More beautiful because of the kindness that delivered it!

My husband and I were away on a relationship building weekend. Another couple was staying at the same place for their wedding anniversary. My husband had been joking around with them, being friendly. Later that evening the lovely lady delivered to me one of her anniversary roses and a couple of drinks for Tim and I. It really made my weekend. How much more beautiful because it was unexpected and just plane kind!

A later conversation revealed an exuberant personality that bubbled over and was somewhat contagious.

What impression do you leave behind when you converse with someone new? Is it what you would like to leave behind? How could we be more joyful and energetic the next time we meet someone new?