Whimsical Wednesday # 175

Welcome back to Whimsical Wednesday!

The day for your googled giggle that gets you over the hump that is Wednesday and sliding down into the weekend.

random acts of kindness: always welcome.


  1. Random words of kindness, unexpected money...love 'em both lol.

  2. So true! Last week, I wrote similar re random words of kindness in my article for the local rag that will be published in this week's edition. It's so simple to do, yet some find it so difficult to do.

    Happy Hump Day, River. :)

  3. joeh; maybe not as often, but my Angel sometimes comes to me and puts his paw on my hand for no reason.

    Joanne; I thought so too.

    Delores; I like unexpected money too, such as finding a $50 in last winter's jacket pocket when I was wondering how I was going to pay for groceries several years ago.

    Elephant's Child; if only more people would do this.

    Lee; I'd like to read that article, could you reproduce it on your blog? I wonder if those who find it difficult have never had it happen to them?

  4. Unexpected kindness, it can make any day better and is a bright spot in our lives. It's difficult to overestimate the impact it can have.

  5. Jac; I've seen and felt the effects of unexpected kindness my self, several times. I've been helped and have helped others. It's such a little thing to do, yet has such a big impact.

  6. So true.
    I've been crying over something maybe just a sad movie and Leeroy will jump on my lap and bite me, she never bites any one else and it's not hard but not sure if she is say it's all alright or shut up you are making to much noise.

  7. Ho truer words were spoken. An unexpected kind word can change a dreary day into a delightful one. They say actions speak louder than words but I'll take a kind word any time.
    I sometimes find having Candy jump up on my lap is like a kind and loving word.

  8. Merle; Angel puts his paw on my hand sometimes for no reason, or maybe he's just reminding me that his bowl is empty...

    Mimsie; I'll take or give both actions and words, it's the thought behind them that's most important.

  9. And we feel better about ourselves when we're the one practicing that kind random act. (We just have to remember that we're not doing it so we can pat ourselves on the back!)

  10. Marty Damon; that's the beauty of a truly random act; it's done impulsively, without thought. If we think about it first then it isn't a random act of kindness.


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