Every month we do a Random Act of Kindness for someone else. Our family calls it Project Joy.
March was a fun month for us. The girls had spring break, Katherine and I both had birthdays, and we made a trip to Washington, DC. It was no surprise at the end of the month that we realized we hadn’t yet done March’s Random Act of Kindness.
When I asked the girls what they wanted to do this month, their answer was unanimous – they wanted to put flowers on cars at the hospital again. I think it’s still their most favorite Random Act of Kindness to do. They like to talk about people walking out of the hospital after a long day visiting at the hospital. They imagine them being tired and then finding a bright, colorful flower on their car’s door handle.
So this month we went to Produce Junction where you can get a bunch of flowers for much less than any florist or grocery store. We bought 6 bunches of flowers. Each girl was able to put 2 full bouquets on cars on their own. I still see the excitement in their eyes even though we have done this no less than 5 times in the last 2 years.
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