Unrequited Kindness Weekend…

Mike (that would be Cooties Mike, not to be confused with Coffee Mike, Nasty Mike or any other Mike) has come up with a *fantastic* idea.

Here is my personal challenge to you: do something genuinely nice for someone before Monday. Do it not because you owe them, not because you have to, not because you expect workers compensation easley sc of any sort, aside from a smile and a ‘thank you’ (and even that isn’t a requirement).

I have been thinking today about the shuttle explosion. It’s hard not to, especially in a city where two of the astronauts live, home of Mission Control and a place where Nasa is so prevalent. As we drove to the museum today, the signs on the side of I-45 that are normally there to tell you of accidents or detours instead had a warning to call the police if you found shuttle debris.

The tragedy of this morning was a reminder that life can be cut short when you least expect it. People die every day in accidents. We are on the verge of war, where lives will be lost. Don’t take that for granted.

So I think that declaring the first weekend of February of each year “Unrequited Kindness Weekend” is a great idea. Go and spread some love.

By Christine

Christine is an Avenger of Sexiness. Her Superpower is helping Hot Mamas grow their Confidence by rediscovering their Beauty. She lives in the Heights in Houston, Texas, works as a boudoir photographer, and writes about running a Business of Awesome. In her spare time, she loves to knit, especially when she travels. She & her husband Mike have a food blog at Spoon & Knife.

6 replies on “Unrequited Kindness Weekend…”

I agree with you totally. I actually had to go into work today and the first thing I heard when I turned on the radio was Lisa Kendall on 94.5 telling everyone to “listen to AM740 for details about the shuttle explosion.”

It’s hard to work overtime and even harder to do so (or anything for that matter) when something like this happens.

Oh here’s the love: I love your blog! 🙂

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