On a home schooling trip with my kids, a young man who was a complete stranger commented on the relationship and interaction between the three of us and ‘what a good job I was doing’. read more →

Mom and I took an elderly lady we work for to a dental appointment. I considered letting mom go solo but changed my mind and I’m extra glad I did. read more →

I was without a car for a couple years. My husband and I are getting older and sickly and I haven’t been able to work so I’d drive his big work van when I needed to go to town. read more →

Recently I went for a walk around my local neighbourhood to enjoy a little fresh air and enjoy a spot of sunshine. During my walk, I came across a gorgeous little bucket filled with lemons hanging from a fence. ‘Help yourself’ was written on the bucket inviting anyone walking by to enjoy. Immediately I thought what a lovely thing to offer and share with the local community. I smiled broadly. read more →

I was at work today and I had the opportunity to help a nice lady and her 20-year-old son find an ethernet cable they needed.  read more →

So I’ve had to work through my lunches and stay significantly late after work for 3 days now. I get out of work 45 minutes late tonight and when I arrive at the gate to leave the parking garage, somebody is already waiting there. read more →

When my daughter went right up to a lady she didn’t know and patted her giant teddy bear at The Show last night, I jumped into smile an apology and pull her back. My daughter is on the autism spectrum and struggles to see things from other people’s point of view, so didn’t realise that she was being a bit rude. read more →

There are good people out there. After my 12 hour shift, I was driving home thinking about dinner (forgot my lunch) and I got a flat tire. I pulled off the freeway and had to stop in a turn only lane with my flashers on. I called AAA and they said they’d be 45 minutes! read more →

I want to share something positive that happened today that confirms my belief in humanity due to the unselfish act of a total stranger. There seems to be so much negativity in this world, but there are good people out there and sometimes we are made aware of them when we least expect it.

My family had been planning a yard sale for several weeks. Our five-year-old son Braxton, asked if he could set up a lemonade stand during the yard sale. He wanted to make a little money and start saving up to buy a pre-owned XBOX360 and a Minecraft game. He has been talking about it almost non-stop and couldn’t wait for the day to finally arrive. read more →

Awesome feeling today when I went to Asda (Walmart supermarket) and met a lady in a wheelchair scooter with her son.

I took out half an hour to say hello and listen to their stories of the new baby in the family and how excited they all were to be sharing Christmas together. read more →

I was taking my grandfather in for a procedure at his doctor’s office. When we arrived, there was an older lady in a wheelchair who had obviously had a fall and a younger man standing close by, watching over her.  read more →

Everyone could use a little support at times. Whether they’re just having a down day or feel like life is about to swallow them up, hearing words of encouragement and love can give people the strength to carry on.

Your positive messages of hope could make all the difference to someone. Who knows, they may even be the words that save their life!

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Letters of love and support read more →