Simple Act to Save a Car’s Interior

I’ve gotten a bit behind because I haven’t felt good this week but I’ll try to get caught up soon – I will have 31 posts before the end of the month!

In order to impact someone’s life there doesn’t always have to be an ill person we’re helping or the beginning of a new charity.  Sometimes the things that make a difference in our everyday are little deeds done without a lot of work involved or a great amount of meaningful preparation.

It’s amazing how much you can brighten a person’s day with just a simple act of kindness.

How many times have you had a thought pass through your head like, “maybe I should send a grocery store gift card to someone in a financial bind” or “I should catch up with that elderly woman and let her use my umbrella before she gets soaked”?  We’ve all had it happen, just a thought that comes dashing into our head and, at least for me, one that just as quickly dashes right back out again.  Taking just a few moments to act out those deeds of kindness can mean the world to someone.  Like the owner of the car who left their window down a crack and didn’t get back before the rain started……..

car window

Note says – Didn’t want your car to get wet.  Have a nice day!

This post is part of the Nester’s 31 Day Challenge; Writing on the same topic each day of the month of October.  Click on over to the Challenge to find a number of topics and authors ranging from Simplicity & Organizing to Personal Endeavors. You can head back here and scroll to the bottom of this post for a listing of all 31 days of Good News & Good People Doing Good Things.

31 days

 

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