Random Acts of Kindness

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  • Kind folks step up after bicycle accident

    I was in quite a bad bike accident in July on St. Mary’s Road, across the street from Dakota Lock & Safe.

  • Final moments serene

    My husband and I arrived at my dying sister’s bedside in the Carberry Personal Care Home, taking our turn to sit vigil. She was already in a deep, peaceful sleep in her carefully made bed. Her room was spotless and tidy, her flowering plant tended, her beloved keepsakes neatly arranged. But what truly created the serenity we felt in that room was the soft, beautiful music.

  • A great experience

    My Little Sister and I have been matched up through Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Winnipeg for more than four years.

  • Four pals say thanks for supper

    Three friends — Bernice, Laurette and Shirley — and I went to the Canad Inns on Pembina Highway for supper recently.

  • Slew of strangers helped return lost cellphone

    I lost my cellphone as I was walking my dogs along Assiniboine Avenue on a recent visit to Winnipeg.

  • Strangers helped after fall

    I was leaving the Safeway on Kenaston Boulevard on June 17 when I missed the curb and fell in the middle of the road.

  • Great neighbours

    Recently, my husband was taken to the hospital by ambulance.

  • Folks paying it forward

    To the very kind gentleman at the self-serve gas bar on St. Anne’s Road who took note of my distress when my credit card failed to function, paid the $16.93 — paying it forward — and shook my hand, a very big thank you. I will forward a cheque for double the amount to Winnipeg Harvest.

  • Kind wishes returned in kind

    Every day while riding in my truck, my kids roll down their windows and yell, “Have a nice day!”

  • Super Dave tracked down lost calendar’s owner

    I cannot thank enough a certain Dave in Winnipeg who took the time and effort to return my lost calendar to me.

  • A special summer day

    Two of my friends and I were at the Family Restaurant in Southdale celebrating the end of the school year.

  • Missing wallet returned before it was even missed

    One beautiful, humid Sunday, my oldest son, my nephew and I rode our bike’s along the Harte Trail through Assiniboine Forest and Assiniboine Park, with a quick stop at Sargent Sundae on Portage Avenue for some ice cream and a cold drink.

  • Still in awe

    A group of us had just finished cleaning the hall after my son’s weekend wedding. I was using my friend’s Jeep to transport the 24 boxes of rented equipment I was returning.

  • Strangers helped find missing son at The Forks

    WE were enjoying a historical day at The Forks. My non-verbal, nearly three-year-old son was running small laps around our stroller as we sat on the grassy steps by the water.

  • Stranger paid bill at Headingley Grill

    MY husband and I had lunch at Headingley Grill restaurant on June 14.

  • Welcome help from women

    ON two separate occasions, I had two beautiful ladies offer me assistance when I was in need.

  • Mom returned missing wallet

    I WOULD like to thank a young mom for returning a wallet our student had lost.

  • Help on a hot day

    IN the midst of May’s heat wave, I set out to buy two kiddie pools for my dogs. I found what I needed at Walmart’s garden centre.

  • Truck driver’s quick thinking a lifesaver

    IT was an act of kindness, but much more than that: the act of saving my life.

  • Proof cynics are wrong

    SOMEONE turned in my wallet after I left it behind at a Walmart cash register.

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