Random Acts Of Kindness Award 2019

John, thank you so much for nominating me to participate in The Random Acts Of Kindness Award! I appreciate you brother!

Michelle from Mws R Writings created this award as a means for us to share with each other random acts of kindness that have touched our lives or those around us. Thank you Michelle for doing this 😊

The Random Acts Of Kindness Award rules:

  • Tell who you nominate and why.
  • Copy and share the picture that shows the award, posted above.
  • Share a paragraph of something that impacted your own life in the way of receiving kindness or how you extended kindness to someone else.
  • Nominate anyone or share to your own page. If you so choose to Participate. Tag or pingback to the original person who nominated you, or the original post.

I would love to hear from my following friends because they have each, in their own way, shown me kindness through their comments, prayers and even monetary donations while I was unemployed. Thank you all so much! Your friendships mean the world to me 😊

Dawn

Deandra

Purple Rose

Amy

Dollfaced Writer

Warren

Kathy

Renee

Vickie

Bruce

Ryan

Ana

Kristian

Wendi

John, I would have nominated you back but…you know.

A random act of kindness is something that is done for someone other than yourself without selfish gain being the reason for doing said act.

I have been so blessed despite my struggles with friends who love me enough to pray, encourage me and do acts of kindness out of the goodness of the hearts.

Once such friend is Tracy. Tracy, her husband Derek and their daughter Ariel have been insuring I get to work and back to Rayville since my car bit the dust. Both Tracy and Ariel work in Monroe and live in Rayville. When I called to ask Tracy if she could bring me home one day she said sure.

When we made it to my house she asked what time to you have to be at work. When I told her 6am you should have seen her face 😂 Now this is three hours earlier than she has to be at work. But nonetheless, she picked me up and on the ride back to Rayville she said I can’t believe all the stuff I managed to get done at work today without everyone bugging me. And said I will see you in the morning.

It has been a mutual blessing for all involved. Our conversations in the morning, depending on the coffee intake, can get pretty deep. Which is a good thing 🙂

To those I have nominated. Please do not feel obligated to participate. I just want you all to know how much I appreciate you, your blog/ministry and your kindness! Have a great evening!!

36 thoughts on “Random Acts Of Kindness Award 2019”

  1. Congrats Stu! 🎉 That was so sweet all you had to say! I consider you a great friend! Thanks for the nomination! 🙂Tracy and her family sound like God-sent angels! I pray God blesses them for their kindness going above and beyond! I know you are so thankful! Praying you get your own ride soon! 🙏

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  2. Congratulations brother Stuart! That’s awesome you have such wonderful people in your life. What goes around comes around and some of the blessing you have been to others looks like it has come back to you.

    Thank you for the nomination! 💕

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  3. Congratulations! this award is so you. the kindness and understanding that you show to those who struggle is such a breath of fresh air!
    Thank you, deeply, for the nomination, I am truly appreciative.

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  4. Awww, I’m late but here I’ve arrived lol. Congrats to you big time Stu! Your heart is so full with love for God and others that it is palpable. May the Lord continue to keep it sensitive so that You will never be hard hearted. As for the nomination – thank you very very much! You are truly a remarkable man of God! Blessings always 🙏🏽🤗

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