# 25 & 26 Random Act of Kindness

Scatter Kindness

#25 Random Act of Kindness – 100 day challenge.

All Acts of Kindness are written in the participants own words and the only purpose of this challenge was to scatter kindness.

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On Thursday I had to have out-patient surgery that involved my scalp receiving many numbing shots.  Afterward my husband and I went to the grocery store near our house to pick up a few things.  I felt fine, we did some shopping, picked up some Hallmark cards (5 to be exact).  Went to the checkout, paid for the groceries with my debit card. My husband took the groceries to the car and I went to the service counter to turn in a big winning $7.00 Lotto scratch off card.

I then proceeded to the car and we went home.  I set my purse on the counter and discovered I had the five greeting cards in my purse and then looked at my receipt.  After discovering I was a thief, I phoned  the store and explained my actions. I assured them my husband would be in the next day with the cards and would pay for them.  She thanked me for being so honest.

So….I addressed all the cards, placed the return address labels and of course the stamps on the envelopes.  I did not seal any of the envelopes so Jim could return the cards to the store and mail on his way home.  When he went to the store he explained what had happened, the lady behind the counter was quite surprised that we were so honest.  She then told Jim that she believes in Karma and what I did was a good thing.  I guess my act of kindness was to pay the $23.48 to the Martin’s Grocery Store for what I inadvertently brought home with me.

Unfortunately I can not blame my “Numbskull” for being a “Numbskull”.

#26 No response, no activity.

Have a Flan-tastic Day and Scatter some Kindness,

Donna Flanagin

Random me:  Your character is what matters.  What do you do when no one is looking?

 

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5 CommentsLeave a comment

  1. Wow you and your husband are amazing.

    • Thank you! It was unintentional and I needed to make it right.

      • If it were intentional, you would never had made it right. Right? I am thinking about the standard of honesty that you live by. Well done my friend.

    • So many people would NOT have rectified this.

      • Thank You #


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