#44, 45 & 46 Random Act of Kindness

Scatter Kindness

#44 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.


Gave someone in line money to help pay for their purchase

#45 & 46 No response, no activity.

 Have a Flan-tastic Day and Scatter some Kindness,

Donna Flanagin

Random me:  Think about it, how often do you actually do something like this?  Think about it maybe, but actually do it?



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  1. It’s a busy world. Praying for the folks who did RAK, and especially for those unable. No judging, only prayers for whatever is needed.

    • Thank you Jeff. That is very nice. I know that most of the people that did not do a RAK was because they probably never saw my request. All is good.

  2. Was at the PhotoPass place in Epcot being helped by Patsy. He noted there was a lot of hugging going on in our photos. I responded we are a huggy family. As we parted he instructed me to keep on hugging. I felt the urge to give him a hug, but didn’t. Since then I wished I had. So if anyone sees Patsy the PhotoPass person give him a hug. You could even say it’s from Patty.

    • Patty, although it would be much more difficult it would be interesting to hear about people’s regrets of not doing an act of kindness that they feel they should have. Sometimes it haunts us. Yet again we are just human and we are conditioned to act certain ways. Yesterday someone enlightened me that man to man acts of kindness are far less common. That is truly sad.

      • Donna, trying to change it so what you said is no longer true. It’s a long, uphill climb, but the fresh air and the view are amazing.

      • Rest assured our next trip “home” I’ll keep an eye out and even inquire into the whereabouts of Patsy.

      • I will look forward to hearing that story.

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