Random Acts of Kindness
Aesop said, “No act of kindness no matter how small is wasted.”
Don’t you just love the sight of new life coming forth in the early days of Spring!? The trees are blooming and the leaves are returning to their bright colors, flowers are popping up everywhere, birds and butterflies are in the air! Perhaps for this month’s random act of kindness you might share some of this new life and bright sights with others.
Think about dropping off or sending someone a potted flower, a bouquet of flowers or a pretty card or picture of flowers with warm thoughts written on them. The flowers don’t necessarily need to be real, maybe you can be creative and make some pretty flowers – tissue paper, felt, handprint, egg cartons?! Remember all those childhood artsy gifts we would make?! Get creative it is the thought that counts.
Flowers always make people better, happier and more helpful; they are sunshine, food and medicine for the soul.” – Luther Burbank
The Covid-19 pandemic has caused more and more people in our community to seek help from the local food pantries and food drives. The requests for donations are rising, many food pantries rely heavily on donations they receive.