Random Act of Kindness
Snowy driveway. (Photo Credits)
There is nothing like waking up in the winter, getting ready for work, and seeing your driveway overed in snow.
But when you have a kind-hearted neighbor who does the shoveling for you, without anything in return, then that is just something to be really thankful for.
USA Today shared this story. “More than 50 homes in the area had definitely been served by six teenagers who chose to wake up early — around 6:30 a.m. — and shovel away. The high schoolers said they just wanted to pay it forward.”
Watch the report here.
You have been Served
American News also featured the same Random Act of Kindness. “Parents in the neighborhood were so grateful they offered the teens a cash reward, but the teenagers refused. That’s when the parents gave them an offer they couldn’t refuse: hot chocolate. After the teens finished their good deed, they enjoyed an afternoon filled with multiple rounds of hot chocolate and sledding down a nearby hill.”
Check out the whole article here.
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Opposing Views also picked up on the surprise snow shoveling in the Colorado neighborhood.
“The teens posted fliers on the front doors of more than 50 homes that read: ‘You’ve been served.’ ‘You just don’t see that in this day and age,’ said Jeff Mostellar, another local resident. ‘They did everything. The whole driveway, the stoop, the whole sidewalk up to the fence.’”
Take a look at the photos here.
When was the last time you did a random act of kindness?