Paid for my airfare (I was unemployed) to travel from Washington DC to Zurich, Switzerland, so that I could attend my best friend's wedding. It was the sweetest thing I could have ever asked for. Not only the airfare, my accommodation and transportation and dining was also taken care of by my friend's family. I will never be able to re-pay them for their kindness and will always remember this till the day I die.
My car was really on its way out.
I badly needed one so I prayed.
One week later a lady who I knew came to my house, she said my mother has just died, and I heard God tell me that I am to give you my Mothers car!!!
(It's about a $4,000 car).
I was so shocked, how all of this came about....and to this day, keep saying to her wow! ...(And of course I have thanks God) :) Isn't it a cute car!
A friend of mine and I often work out together after uni to relieve the stress and maintain a (fairly) healthy lifestyle.
However, I had a really rough week with work, home and relationships, but didn't tell her anything about it. We went for our usual workout, and then she invited me back to her house to cool down. She bought me a care package with dark chocolates, Lush products and a cute voucher booklet for free hugs - one of which I used straight away! I felt so special and loved, it made me forget about all my problems of life for the day! :-)
ONE of the nicest things was when I had breast cancer, my online friends in my online button collectors club, made all these gorgeous, innovative things, and sent them to me.
I was so very touched as most of these people I had not even met in real life.
I was going to give you all an individual reply, but you can all share this one . . . . . you must all be very special people and I know that your wonderful friends appreciate you and were all probably just waiting for the opportunity to do something for you to show you all how much they care. I enjoyed reading what had been done for each of you and it really made me smile to think of such lovely people - the givers AND the receivers. As for me, well, I seem to find kindness everywhere but one I will relate to you is this . . . . a dear friend who is not a dog lover, and is quite intimidated by dogs, hand made each of my rescue dogs a special blanket using old doonas and her quilting skills. Thank heaven for the good people in this world that help to outweigh the bad. x x