#69 Random Act of Kindness

Scatter Kindness

#69 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.


I forgot to tell you my random act of kindness which ended up being neither one of the things on my list so it was really random. 

My grandson gets supervised visits only with his father.  The lady that does it is really sweet.  She makes $40 for 2 hours but it costs her about $10 in gas to come up here from San Diego.  Last Saturday I had to take Jordan to visitation because his mom was working.  When I dropped him off the supervisor told me that she may have to stop doing it and replace Jordan’s spot with somebody closer to her home because of the gas. 

She loves Jordan to death but financially it was hurting her. It was a selfish act of kindness for me to go get her a gas card but it was random. 

Now we get to keep her and I’m going to take her a gas card every few visits. 

 Have a Flan-tastic Day and Scatter some Kindness,

Donna Flanagin

Random me:  It has been so interesting to observe how the participants characterize their RAK’s.    Some say they were  small, not so random, hope this qualifies, selfish, and not sure this is what you are looking for.  They are all acts of kindness and the Random is irrelevant isn’t it?



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  1. So beautiful how kindness is an equal opportunity employer.

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