Random Acts of Kindness

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  • A salute to the kind people of the Big Easy

    There are truly good and kind people in New Orleans. We have been attending the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival over the years and have thoroughly enjoyed the event.

  • Such a nice stranger

    If anyone knows the very nice stranger who bought my daughter the child-size chair in Wal-Mart on Fri., May 24 in the afternoon please thank her again for us.

  • A windy day

    I am a senior and following a doctor’s appointment on St. Mary’s Road, I was walking down Edmonton Street toward Portage Place when an enormous gust of wind hit and knocked me down.

  • I was RAAKed

    I was feeling sick and stressed out at school and left class to grab some Kleenex.

  • A very kind lady indeed

    I was in line at Wal-Mart and a very kind lady ahead of me turned and said, “Please go in front since you only have three items.”

  • So many to thank

    This is a big thank-you to all the people who helped me in March.

  • Coffee, doughnuts send big message

    I just wanted to say thank you to the lady who stopped to help when she saw that my car had a broken axle.

  • Paying it forward at the zoo

    My boyfriend and I went to the zoo last week, and we were stunned when the lovely couple in line in front of us paid for our entrance fee.

  • Thanks for the seat swap

    I wish to thank the women who changed seats with us on the plane.

  • Too many kindnesses to count

    Several weeks ago I wrote about the acts of kindness in getting to the St. Boniface Hospital after my fall and staying there for seven weeks.

  • Dr. Engel’s all right

    I work two part-time jobs just to make ends meet, and I need a lot of dental work. I’ve been slowly getting the work done and slowly paying it off.

  • Unnamed hero saves the day

    I wear prescription glasses, and I bike to work.

  • Many angels rush to the rescue

    I was riding my handicap scooter on the pathway between St. Vital and Windsor Park, a path along the Seine River which always floods at one low spot.

  • A message from Mom

    This Mother’s Day was going to be a difficult one for our family. It was the first Mother’s Day without Mom as we lost our dear mother last August.

  • Thank you, John and Millie

    I’ve being going through a very challenging time, leaving an abusive marriage, surviving a protracted and difficult divorce, facing ongoing financial difficulties and coping with a degenerative life-threatening condition. The stress has at times been overwhelming.

  • What a kind lady

    I would like to thank the woman who gave me a $5 bill while I was having coffee at Garden City Shopping Centre.

  • Will always remember the kindness

    I had a doctor’s appointment downtown at the Winnipeg Clinic on Vaughan Street and St. Mary Avenue.

  • A little ray of sunshine

    It was a very dreary, wet, last day of May. I had just gone into the Safeway at Cavalier Drive and Portage Avenue after having had a very stressful experience in the parking lot.

  • Kind lady makes enormous difference

    I took my two younger children to Subway for lunch as we were short on time following my morning appointments, and I didn’t have enough lunch materials at home to make a meal.

  • Blanche shared her Mother’s Day

    Last year I lost my son to cancer.

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Share your random act of kindness by e-mailing kindness@freepress.mb.ca.

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