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My mother spent her life making other people feel better. As a nurse, a friend, and a caregiver to everyone she met, she changed lives. In her honor, we have begun a movement of "Carin'" in which we preform random acts of kindness every day. We leave cards explaining that what is found is a gift, no strings attached, just to make a day better. Examples, not limited to; Leaving a few bucks in a windshield wiper, buying the next order, leaving an umbrella at a bus stop, a book in a lobby, bag of toys on top of a car obviously used by children, a hat and gloves for a passerby, a gift card in a shopping cart, new flowers on a gravesite, carrying groceries before it can be refused, and so much more. What would you do? We always need new ideas. It's the little things that matter.
Contributed by Crystal Parks