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An act of kindness someone did for me is when my granny bought me skis.
Like so many businesses we have struggled. Because we are interactive and committed to the community. We we were able to collaborate with SYATT a few weeks ago on a Socially distant Sunday and were able to run our rollerskating boot camp with their students. Then provided each with their own personal skates and helmets!
I will keep snacks and winter socks in my car to hand out to the homeless.
This is an act of kindness received. My best friend has dementia and does not understand social distancing or the need for a mask, so we have not been able to walk or hike together for months. Her caregiver/boyfriend, though, set up a table with patio umbrella for me to sit at outside while she sits inside her screened in porch—an act of kindness that I’ll never forget.
We are not Catholic, but Cynthia overheard that my daughter was using a "borrowed" rosary during prayers in school. For Lauren's birthday, during a pandemic, she brought over a beautiful rosary with a hand-written note that she had been "saving it as a gift for someone special" since her trip to the Vatican when she was in Rome years ago. I am so grateful for friends like this in the midst of all that we face right now. It renews my faith that we can come together in the spirit of unity and kindness, in spite of all the differences and challenges that we face. Thank you!