Maybe it was the fresh-baked cookies at our door step, donor unknown?
Or the neighbors who showed up unexpectedly on our front lawn, wine glasses in one hand, chairs in the other, for an early evening ‘distance’ happy hour?
Then again, perhaps the lawn mowing/leaf blowing gang of volunteers who quickly made the neighbors lawn respectable while sidelined due to a medical procedure.
These spontaneous acts of kindness reflect one of Gram’s favorite reminders: “Always look for the good in people, it’s there…”
As the world tilts with outrageous atrocities and callousness, it’s good to be mindful of these instances of genuine goodness.
We will get through this, due in no small part to the inherent compassion of others.
“So, turn on your heart light and reach out and touch someone….”