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Random Acts Giveaway Hop

Welcome to stop #32 on the Romance Is In The Air Giveaway Blog Hop!!
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142 Comments

  1. Kara

    My favorite Random Act of Kindness I have experienced was about a month ago I was in a Chick-Fil-A drive thru and the car in front of me bought my meal. I was so happy to find that there are still selfless people in the world! Since my meal was paid for, I paid it forward and bought the meal of the car behind mine, even though it was $10 more than mine! I still felt really good doing it!

    Thanks so much for this generous giveaway!

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  2. Kate F.

    When I was in high school I went with a church group to bring dinner to a pregnant woman whose husband was deployed in the Army.

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  3. Dorothy Reading

    I think one of the best acts of kindness is to see someone. Really see them. Sometimes I get frustrated with people, but if I allow myself to see them, their problems, their lives, their perspective, I’m able to be what they need. A shoulder to cry on, a sounding wall, even a temporary (verbal) punching bag at times. To be that person without judgement or retaliation is a wonderful act of kindness.

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  4. Carol L

    It’s definitely the way our Town came together when my then 8 year old had Bone Cancer. They threw a Fund Raiser and local women’s clubs had meals prepared for me since I had no time to cook. because of her year long hospitalization and had other children to also tend to.The list of what they did and helped with is endless. 🙂
    Carol L.

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  5. miki

    i was commenting on a blog and since i was interested in an uathor but i had no book of it the blogger kindly offered me a signed copy she had

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  6. Mary Preston

    Someone feeding my parking meter for me.

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  7. Karen H in NC

    A stranger in the car ahead of me on the West Virginia Toll road paid my toll at one of the tollbooths. Thanks for the giveaway.

    kareninnc at gmail dot com

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  8. Lisa Brown

    My husband is always doing RAK for me, he is thoughtful that way.

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  9. Ashley Rogers

    My hubby is in the military and had been gone for three months. On a trip to visit him, we went out to my favorite restaurant Outback. When it came time to pay, the waiter informed us that some other gentleman had paid for our dinners and we were free to leave at any time. It was the nicest thing anyone has ever done for me. I will never forget it!

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  10. Rita Wray

    I try to help my 94 year old neighbor as much as possible. Helping with her yard work and other little things makes me feel good.

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  11. Jennifer Irving

    I love the one where you pay for the person behind you in the Drive-Thru. 🙂

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  12. Brooke

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  13. Melinda Dartmann

    I was at the grocery store one day when I had my first child getting diapers, formula, and the such. I got to the register and went to pay for my stuff and could not find my wallet anywhere. I was so embarrassed but the lady behind me stepped in and paid for my stuff. I got her name and address and took the money over to her later. Come to find out (I was married to a military man), her husband was the Commander in charge of my husbands Battallion and she knew who I was because my husband had just got promoted and they had had a informal ceremony for him, she had attended and seen me. I thought this was the coolest thing ever!

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  14. Dawna Newman

    When a few friends of mine bought myself and another friend Bon Jovi tickets( really c lose too) because I wasn’t able to afford to go myself. That was the best RAK I ever received.

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  15. Wendy Pogrant

    letting a mother and her kids move in with me because she was homeless.

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  16. Chelle Thompson

    The person in front of me in the McDonalds drive-thru paid for my order about a year ago

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  17. ki pha

    I think it was when I forgot my USB drive in the computer lab in the art department at my college. It held all of my art info and pictures, along with assignments, I was devastated when I found out that I had forgotten it. Although it took about a month to get it back I was very grateful to whom ever it was that found it and reported to the professor.

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  18. wanda

    Someone paid for my sweet tea in the drive through

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  19. Lauren England

    Thanks for the giveaway 🙂

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    • Cindi Clubbs

      A friend posted on fb that the first four people to respond to her post would get a surprise sometime in the next year, whether it was a candle, card, book, whatever. I responded and am looking forward to a little surprise. I also did the same post on my own fb. Cute idea:)

      cc_clubbs [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  20. Susan Smith

    I got a flat tire and a man changed the tire for me.

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  21. Meghan Stith

    Thanks for the giveaway!! Random acts of kindness happen all the time. Sometimes we don’t even notice when they occur. Living on a christian college campus, I’m constantly thanking people for opening doors to the point of ridiculousness. In fact, the other day while I was working at the campus store, a young boy, probably the age of 16, found $17 on the floor and turned it in claiming that someone had dropped it. How honest and sweet is that!?
    Happy Valentine’s Day and I hope your day is filled with random acts of kindness!

    mestith at gmail dot com

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  22. Sue Sattler

    iI lost my cable bill one time and when I went to the cable company to pay it, they told me someone else had already paid it. That really helped me out as I had just gotten divorced and had four children to support.

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  23. Tina M

    Came out of the store and found a $10 bill on my window I than gave it to a little boy that came out of the store after me.. Great Giveaway..Thanks

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  24. Helen

    I got a great box of books from a fellow book blogger for my birthday last year, it was so sweet and completely random! 🙂

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  25. Dede

    I think the biggest act of kindness I’ve experienced is a student in my class who takes the teachers’ lunch garbage to throw it away for us every single day. He never forgets!

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  26. Joan O.

    Someone paid to have my car fixed when I couldn’t afford it.

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  27. Jennifer Haile

    My favorite RAK’s are when you least expect it. Like when someone lets another car onto the road that has been waiting there.

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  28. Erika

    I love hearing about Random Acts of Kindness and try to do them when it comes up. I always hear about people getting free coffee due to the person in front of them and stuff like that. Thank you for the chance to win such a generous prize!

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  29. courtney hennagir

    when my dad died,this woman i barely knew made this beautiful case to keep the flag we received from the army in. it was such a sweet,thoughtful thing to do as we hadn’t even thought of what to do with his flag. i will never forget that act of kindness.

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  30. Carole M

    When our car broke down my friend’s husband not only offered to fix it, but they lent us their only car as we were going away for the weekend. It was amazingly kind.

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  31. Chantelle I.

    Small things like buying me coffees without asking or opening doors. I like that sort of thing 🙂

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  32. Naznin Azeez

    Thanks for this giveaway!. Once it was raining heavily here and I was walking towards the bus stand because rain or not, I had to go to work. But at one point I reached a place where there was too much water and I knew even in my high heels, it will be higher than my ankles. I was searching around to find a way around when a total stranger came towards me and dragged some bricks into my way. It was just 4 bricks placed at equal distances from each other, like a path!. I was so shocked. He didn’t wait around to be thanked. Just walked away!. I quickly crossed using the bricks and reached the bus stand.

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  33. Dione Sage

    When I was pregnant with my daughter I was went in to Target, just to pick up some diapers and other things so we could prepare for the baby (I was a week till my due date) and a lady at the check out handed me a $100 bill and told me that she wished me and my baby a long healthy life. I was so stunned and filled with pregnancy hormones that I just started crying. It was so sweet. I tried to tell her that I didn’t need it but she said that wasn’t the point. Still till this day I still get teary eyed thinking of that woman.
    Since that memorable moment, I try to spread the kindness when ever I can. maybe one day someone will think of a memory with me in it and smile and think I was a good person.

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  34. Wolfswan1

    Giving always brings me more joy than receiving. Thank you for this giveaway!

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  35. Ashley Morrissey

    Just people opening the door for me or helping me out while I was pregnant. It was really nice to feel cared about by total strangers!

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  36. Allie L

    holding the door open for someone 😀

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  37. Julia Rain

    One day I was waiting at the bus stop and it was freezing rain and my hands were freezing because I’m a California girl and was unprepared for Pennsylvania winters when we moved. A nice lady let me borrow her gloves once I got on the bus, and the next day I was anonymously given a gift bag with a pair of amazingly soft gloves. I still don’t know who it was who gifted them to me – I suspected the lady who lent me her gloves, but she insists it wasn’t her. Either way, I am grateful.

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  38. Tynga

    I gave a ton of books to my old high school past fall 🙂 Felt great!

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  39. Ashfa

    Thanks for the giveaway. I’ve heard plenty of RAK stores, like giving out second hand school books for free and stuff.

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  40. Natalie Cleary

    Mine was when my friend got me 3 books for no reason 🙂

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  41. wcs53

    Thanks for this giveaway. Amongst my most memorable RAK’s was when someone came and ploughed snow from my driveway when I was sick, without being asked or expecting payment.

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  42. Kay M

    My favorite random act of kindness? God sent His son to die for me. That is my favorite! My second fave? Occasionally my husband will bring me a huge bouquet of flowers from our pasture with a few roses from our bushes mixed in!

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  43. Alexandra Ray

    I love when food is involved. Making a plate of cookies for no reason but to make another person happy. Small favors like holding the door open for someone.

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  44. Elizabeth

    I like baking for those who don’t expect it!

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  45. pepper penn

    i know this sounds trivial, however, last week i was having a terrible day at work and my coworker went and bought me a soda to make me feel better. it honestly made my day so much better, just to know someone was thinking about me. love this blog hop, thanks for participating.
    pepperpenn42 at gmail dot com

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  46. RIN

    I once had a stranger pay for my gas. That was really nice.

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  47. Jenny@Juliababyjen'sReadingRoom

    Every year for the last 4 years, someone has anomysously dropped off a huge box of presents for our 4 kids. They easily spend about $1000 on our family! We always get a gift card for the local grocery store as well! Its made me believe in “Santa” again!

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  48. Kerri

    I have not experienced any random acts of kindness.

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  49. dawn k

    A random person invited us to Thanksgiving dinner right after my husband passed away.

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  50. Terri M

    I have a RAK that I can be grateful for everyday and still think about to this day. One christmas we were having a rough year trying to get presents for our kids. We had a family adopt us for christmas. it not only made my day it was great to see the kids opening presents on christmas day. They even gave us some giftcards to walmart so we could buy other things for the kids. I try to pay it forward when i can. I like to drop a couple toys in the toys for tots every christmas and i love to drop my change in the red kettles at christmas time and recently we gave someone behind us at starbucks a few cents that we had left on a giftcard. We don’t drink starbucks often but it was less then a buck that was on there so it wasn’t much but it was something off the bill for the girl behind us. it felt good especially when her and her friend were trying to figure out why hers was cheaper. 🙂

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  51. Joy F

    My neighbor know I love to read, so she recently gave me a big bag of books.

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  52. Renee B

    I hear about RAK’s all the time too. Let me tell you about my RAK. I usually don’t give money to people standing on corners or asking at the gas station. However one day I was at the gas station and a young man, dressed kind of scrubby came up and asked if I had 65 cents. I asked him why just 65 cents. He said needed it to make up $5.00 so he could get some gas. He had 2 young children in his car and I asked him if they were his. He said no, they were his niece and nephew and he was babysitting them for his sister. He said he took them out for ice cream and thought he had enough gas to get back home before his sister came to pick them up. I looked in my purse and saw I had a $20.00 bill, a $5.00 bill and some loose change. (not enough to make up 65 cents) I gave him the $5.00 bill and told him to used that for gas. He said “No ma’am, I only need 65 cents and I will give you the change back. I almost cried at how honest he was and told him that I would not take it back. Since I was finished putting the gas in my car, I just got in and left. It is so refreshing to see someone so honest. I also bought lunch for a man that looked to be homeless when he asked if he could get a dollar to buy a hot dog and a local hamburger joint. (I was at lunch with some coworkers) I took him inside and told him to get something to eat and drink. He ordered a hot dog only. I got him some fries and a drink too and paid for it. when I got back to my table with my coworkers, they asked my why I gave the man money. They thought it was a scam. I told them I didn’t give him money, I bought him lunch. Something about him and the way he approached me made me want to help him. I have been the recipient of RAK;’s and I try to pay it forward.
    Thanks for being part of the hop and for the chance to win.
    reneebennett35 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  53. Amanda Heiner

    Once my sister baked me cookies when I was sick 🙂

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  54. Vicki

    I often do RAK’s. Whenever I see someone struggling with something I lend a hand. I’ve also given food to the homeless/needy.

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  55. nfmgirl

    I recently did a simple of paying for the car behind me at a drive-thru. It was simple, but fun!

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  56. Terri

    I was having lunch at a little diner with a friend and I went to pay and they told me the two elderly woman sitting next to us that just left already paid our bill.

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  57. Martina Koleva

    I Where I’m from I don’t see and experience a lot of Random Acts of Kindness. I honestly can’t remember having someone doing something for me just because. I try to be nice and do good but it doesn’t always work out for me… Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  58. Veronica

    When somebody helped me get my suitcase on the bus 🙂

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  59. Jane

    The most recent was when a guy came over to help me lift rollaboard from the luggage belt after seeing me struggle with it.

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  60. ajpple blossom

    birthstone ring

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  61. Fe M.

    Doing something kind to someone especially when they least expected it.

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  62. Debbie

    When someone returned something that I had lost.

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  63. Sheesha

    I had a man give me a card while I was in the store shopping and it had 100.00 in it?!

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  64. Jenna

    My favorite RAK was something I did once…. we don’t live in a big city or anything so you almost never see someone holding a “hungry” sign… well, this guy and his dog were on the side of the road right in front of a WalMart… well, I didn’t have any cash so I went in and grabbed the few items I needed and added on a $20 WalMart gift card. I went out and delivered that and some food I just bought to the guy. He had tears in his eyes (as did I) and was so grateful. It was certainly one of the best RAK moments.

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  65. krsz

    When I broke my leg and an woman took me to the hospital

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  66. Suz Reads

    My favorite was when I was very sick, many people took the time to ask about my health and tell me they were thinking about me and praying for me! It made me feel better! Thanks for this amazing giveaway – I would love to win!

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  67. Krista

    I did my brother’s laundry.

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  68. Coreena McBurnie

    When a woman smiled encouragingly at me when my kids were acting up rather than judging me.
    Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  69. Lisa Loves Literature

    I was just out of college and was on my first trip out of town. I needed money for a cab ride back to the airport to get home. Another couple that had been on a dinosaur dig with me loaned me the money.

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  70. sarah sar

    when i was out grocry shopping, someone gave me their shopping bag to use because mine ripped! it was embarrassing but i was so grateful for the kind gesture

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  71. dian aesha

    when i b’day my friends give me a my fav books (on dublin street)
    thanks ^^

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  72. Shane R.

    My favorite are the ones on Facebook when someone offers to make people handmade gifts to the first five people to respond.

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  73. Kirsten W

    Having a stranger pay for your drive-thru order seems like such a small thing, but it always makes my day 🙂

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  74. maleficent m

    i let a some people go before me inline for a book signing because they had kids..

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  75. sweety white

    a week ago, me and my friend bring food to the street guy

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  76. joni

    My neighbor plowed our steep, quarter mile long, up the hill, through the woods, driveway this morning.

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  77. Cynthia R

    my friend let me stay with her for months when having trouble in previous marriage

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  78. James Beck

    somebody gave me free buffet

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  79. Michelle W

    My parents just suprised me with a new computer because they saw how frustrating using my old broken computer was for me

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  80. laurie

    Someone feeding my parking meter for me.

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  81. cheryl

    somebody paid my toll last week on Valentine’s day

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  82. jen7waters

    TThank you so much!

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  83. Dovile

    The most recent RAK for me was on BookMooch. Someone gave me an anonymous smooch – free point to get books.

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  84. Leah

    It’s the small things that get me–being a few cents short and having someone help me out, not being able to carry everything and having someone again help me out, someone holding the door for me. They get me more because they are easily overlooked, but someone takes time to do them.

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  85. Throuthehaze

    the person in front of me at the starbucks drive thru paid for my coffee

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  86. Stephanie

    For Christmas this year, my parents gave my husband a gift filled with gift cards and gifts which allowed us to go on different date nights. They knew we had been working really hard this past year and hadn’t had much time to go out!

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  87. Tiffany Drew

    When my parents came over with a new-to-me car for me and my husband because ours was on the way out and we just had a baby 🙂

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  88. denise

    I like simple things like someone opening a door for me. Those are my favorite random acts.

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  89. Denise Donaldson

    when the person in front of me paid for my groceries, and I didnt know it, till the cashier had told me. 🙂

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  90. Sharold

    A pick up load of young men let me cut in line last weekend while waiting in a traffic jam.

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  91. Tamar

    offering a home to someone after hurricane sandy

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  92. Diah Didi

    Giving away some money accidentally to person who I think need it. But mostly I pick people who must go around by foot (or bicycle) in order to offer and sell their goods. In Indonesia, you can find so many of them start from selling tofu, vegetables, knifes, breads, even sewing service.

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  93. Darlene

    Going through Tim Horton’s drive through, and the clerk told me that my order had been already paid for by the car in front of me!! I was so surprised at the kind gesture that I paid for the car behind me. I wonder how long the generosity was passed along?

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  94. Sarah S

    A stranger at the mall gave me twenty dollars.

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  95. Daniel M

    we’re always have clothes & food drives at our churh, having another this sunday

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  96. Katie Amanda

    I drove past a scene where a man was helping an elderly lady who had fallen on the sidewalk. It brought tears to my eyes.

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  97. Caroline

    After our house-fire, people we’d never met before chipped in and helped us out with practically everything. People can be awesome sometimes.

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  98. Starr Greenwell

    my best RAK was a friend helping me with my bills.

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  99. Pamela Lloyd

    Paying for someone’s groceries in line behind me. Buy a complete strangers breakfast when I’m cashing out.
    Paying for someone’s gas at the pump. Buying a cup of coffee for someone at starbucks before they even come itn the store.

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  100. Valerie Taylor Mabrey

    a guy helped us when we werte ouyt of gas and had three little ones on a snowy day.
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

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  101. Theresa Shafer

    During a major rain storm at a mall. A mom and daughter were stuck by the entrance while their van with dad was over there over 60 feet away. I got out my Big umbrella and went over. They did not speak english, but I was able to point to Dad and us going over there. The smile was great. I felt really good.

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  102. Kyl Neusch

    paid for my lunch

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  103. dyna

    Gave my seat on the bus for older lady.

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  104. Janie McGaugh

    Letting someone with only a few items ahead of you in line in the grocery store. I’ve done that for others and had it done for me.

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  105. harolde

    Pretty slim pickings over here… Maybe a man opening a door for a woman.

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  106. Brittney House

    My husband volunteers for a local homeless shelter and he preforms acts of kindness everyday

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  107. April V.

    I can’t recall any time that someone has gone out of their way to do something nice for me for no reason other than I exist. People are nice and kind all the time but specific acts like described above I’ve never had happen to me. Perhaps I need to start!

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  108. Cynthia C

    Recently a friend was injured and it was heartwarming to see how all her friends went out of their way to make sure she had everything she needed

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  109. Tari Lawson

    The other day my youngest son, out of the blue, offered to vacume the family room for me :).

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  110. Gaby

    Three guys helped us when we hit a huge hole on the road and our tire was literally swallowed!

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  111. Crystal F

    A very nice lady paid for our last meal as a family of 2. We were getting ready to go in and have our first daughter. Thank you!

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  112. reading mind

    ma random kid gave me her doll when she saw me crying in park

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  113. Erica C.

    Someone took my shift last minute when I had an emergency. It was very nice.

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  114. Barbara Montag

    I I I had lost my purse and an honest person returned it – everything still there.
    Thank you.

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  115. Anne

    There was probably a better one, but the one that comes to mind was a book I was sent from someone in England. It was a Nora Roberts which I hadn’t read. I have no idea how she got my information because I didn’t know her.

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  116. Jeannette

    When someone does something thoughtful by me a Starbucks or offer to watch my kids so my husband and I can have a date.

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  117. andie

    When you’re struggling with a carseat, another toddler, bags and purse and diaper bag and everything else, and someone holds the door or lets you have the last seat.

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  118. Mimi Smith

    Gosh, I don’t know. there have been so many people who have done random acts of kindness for me. Helped me, supported me, given me what I need even when I didn’t realize it at the time. Hope I have done enough in return…

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  119. Michelle Tucker

    Once I was in Walmart, and the guy in front of me was military. The guy in front of him paid for all the other guys items because he was serving. I thought that was awesome. If I ever have the funds to do that, I want to do that too.

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  120. Megan Parsons

    My mother in law gave us a house fully furnished. I couldn’t believe it!

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  121. amy delong

    lost my phone and it was turned in
    ardelong2(at)gmail(dot)com

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  122. KIM H

    When I was young I was given assistance by the Toys for tots…giving back now is a wonderful feeling!!

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  123. Sarah p

    It’s hard to choose just one, I appreciate all the little things people do for me, holding doors open, if they see that I only have a few things in the line at the store they’ve let me go ahead of them, stuff like that puts a smile on my face, and i try and do that for people as much as I can too 🙂

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  124. Brittany Utley

    Well actually just recently, I had accidentally left my purse at my nephews Basketball game, got all the way home and realized it was gone, I started freaking out thinking the worst but got a call at home and someone had found it and turned it in for me to pick up. I was so relieved

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  125. Kendra

    Drivers letting others in lines that lanes are closed

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  126. Ana Smith

    Buying someone a book from their Amazon wishlist. 😀

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  127. Ashley E

    A couple times at work when a random customer gives me a compliment. Being a cashier is not the best job, but something like that can really make my day.

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  128. Sarah L

    Lettting me go ahead in the grocery line.
    Thanks for the contest.

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  129. Angela cisco

    Once when I was waiting tables one of my regulars came in and asked to sit in my section. She hands me a $50 bill and told me god had told her too. My electricity was scheduled to get shut off and it and the double I worked manged to save it.

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  130. JoAnn F.

    Someone found my cell phone and returned it!
    jofo120 at yahoo dot com

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  131. Vikki Billings

    Someone left a Turkey on our porch before Thanksgiving!

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  132. Lisa Vazquezanzua

    My favorite RAK? I met this GREAT author online on goodreads. She had sent me her book to do a review on it. And we kept in touch and have been writing to each other ever since. So Christmas came around and she had found out that I wasn’t having a Christmas because I was having money problems. And she packed a box full of toys and other AWESOME things and sent it to me to put under the Christmas Tree. I was so shocked at all the amazing things she sent to my family and me. I haven’t had anything like this happen to me ever. She is the most kind-hearted, caring lady I have ever met. I love this giveaway and what it stands for. I think there should be a lot more RAK’s from people.Thank you for a chance to win and for being a part of this fun and awesome blog hop!!

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  133. Shelver506 @ Bookshelvers Anonymous

    Once an acquaintance of the family took me jean shopping because I was a tall, gawky teenager and needed jeans that fit. She bought me expensive, well-crafted jeans, and I felt awesome.

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  134. susan smoaks

    seeing my husband give his last $10 to a man in the store who couldn’t pay for some supplies for his family

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  135. Geoff K

    Someone once paid my toll for me after passing through the booth ahead of me, and that really made my day!

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  136. Brian E.

    Thanks for the giveaway…someone put a quarter in a parking meter for me “just in time” to prevent a ticket.

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  137. Heather S

    I wasn’t feeling well and a friend baked cookies for me and brought me chicken noodle soup.

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  138. Sand

    A friend of mine bought me a new perfume to perk me up!

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  139. Jacklin Updegraft

    My favorite has been when the guy behind me in line offered to pay for me and my friends drink! It was so nice. I also always try to do something nice for people. Even if it just holding the door open for them!

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  140. Elisquared

    When my coffee was paid for by the man in front of me at Starbucks!

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Melissa Rheinlander is a Momma to a beautiful, spunky, fun loving little girl. Lover of family, friends, books, Mexican Martinis, sometimes Bloody Marys or Margaritas, & Wine. Melissa has worked in publishing for years, helping International Best-selling authors. She is the owner of MSRheinlander Consulting as well as Biblio Babes.

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