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Libby's Kindness Challenge 1/4/12

Wednesday, January 04, 2012

There is so much kindness in the world when I take the time to notice it.

DD was given an oragomi (sp?) panda by a friend. You have to understand, my DD is obsessed with pandas right now, so this gift was incredible to her.

DH helped take down Christmas decorations. Really not his thing, but he knew it was important to me.

DS made me laugh.

I have started smiling and greeting more people.

May you find happiness and kindness in unexpected places today.
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    This morning @ the grocery store the person in front of me was having a challenging day. She struggled to push her cart to the car. I don't know how she's going to unload the groceries once she gets home, but I pushed her and my cart (she happened to be parked right next to me . . . it was meant to be!)to our cars and helped her unload and took care of her cart. She was so thankfl. I hope she has someone to help her when she gets home!

    2303 days ago
    I am with you all the way!! I am pretty much an upbeat person and the one everyone at work comes to when they are feeling stressed or down. Yesterday one of our clerical staff snapped at me just because I did my own mailings for the morning. It is her job but she was a bit overwhelmed and it's not like I can't address envelopes and run them through the postage machine. She spent the rest of the day IMing me to tell me how sorry she was and how much she loved working with me. I told her not to worry about it and it was not a big deal. She is a very sweet girl and I certainly understand where she was coming from when she snapped at me. I believe more kindness and compassion will make the world a better place. Life is too short to waste being miserable and mean!! Kindness is the way to be!!! emoticon
    2303 days ago
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