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    12 posts, 8 voices, 1068 views, started Feb 22, 2011

    Posted on Tuesday, February 22, 2011 by Cheekymonkey




    • heart we all as older adults have wondered what is going on with the kids today? With all the technology they are locked in... With the why’s needing to be answered and the expectations from us as adults higher than any generation before.
      Sometimes wondering where simple acts of kindness have gone... Well they are here. I witnessed a bunch of junior high looking kids , a group mixed of boys and girls, both showing off to each other you know girls giggling and being loud and boys being manly lol... Ok off track sorry.
      Anyway they were out side Burger King and there was this women homeless , and one of the boys found a ten ( found out later the amount from cashier) well instead of keeping it as alot of young would he walked up and gave it to the women. She went straight in and ate after thanking and thanking this young man.
      I was so shocked when cashier told me the amount he gave the lady and then it really lite up my day... For until then it wasn’t so hot.
      Well one good deed deserves another so I bought a 25.00 gift card and gave it to the young man for him and his friends to go eat too.
      That was the best random act of kindness I’ve witnessed in awhile. And I just wanted to share it with you.
      So next time I see roudy teens I’ll have alittle more patience... At least for a little while lol
      Hugs
      Cristen

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