Kindness is Contagious

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G’day maties!
I have recently been working very hard on a special project that I would like to share with you. I decided that I wanted to make gifts of pet rocks for strangers and to give them to people in the mall. First off, I bought a packet of small rocks. Next, I painted little smiley faces on them. After that, I glued bobbly eyes on the rocks.They looked adorable! Then I found a quote I liked, it said “Kindness is Contagious”.Β  To add a little ‘Fluro Zebra’ to it, I hand wrote “Infect the World!” Next, I printed out 20 and laminated them to make it a bit more special. I bought little bags to package the rocks up pretty, and made tags (out of zebra print wrapping paper of course) for a background to the quote. I also made individual birth certificates and wrote a poem to go with the pet rocks.Β  I stuffed some green stuffing in the bottom of the bags to give soft padding to the pets. I named each of the rocks after some of you, my beautiful followers, because you all inspire me so much.Β  At the end of doing all the creative work, I packaged them up and made sure they were ready for when I delivered them. When the morning arrived, I was a bit nervous, but excited! My goal was to put smiles on faces. I went to the mall with my family, and approached two ladies shopping. When I talked to them, I said I had made a gift and asked them if they wanted one. It was quite funny, because they asked me how much for one! I told them they were free, and that I am just trying to bring smiles to the world. So they took one and replied “thank you”. I felt so happy that my first approach went well. The next person did the same, they thought it was for a donation. So I told them the same, how it is just to bring smiles. From then on, I asked “would you like a FREE gift?” instead of just “a gift”, it worked much better! I also scored a few hugs and happy tears from strangers, which was nice. πŸ™‚ Once I had given out all the pet rocks to the teens and adults, I had little pom-pom critters to hand out to the younger kids. Everybody left with a big grin on their faces.
I am doing random acts of kindness because I would like to give people a big smile. I want the world to be a calm, peaceful and happy place. I believe that I can make a difference. I think everybody can make a difference. You don’t have to do a big thing like what I have done. Giving a smile to somebody you don’t know, using good manners or opening doors for strangers could make their day, and maybe even make yours too. Small things like that can make a big impact on someone’s life. At the end of the day, I was hoping to inspire people to do those simple things. Maybe you have inspired someone today; you never know. So please remember, you can do a really simple thing, and it can turn out to make a BIG difference. Every month I would like to do a random act of kindness, who would like to join me?!
FZ out!! πŸ™‚

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22 thoughts on “Kindness is Contagious

  1. Reblogged this on Love and Life and commented:
    This young blogger is so inspiring.
    I wish I could be on the receiving end of one of her hugs.
    Pleas ‘follow’ her.
    She can and will make a difference.
    Smile always, no matter what you are going through.

  2. You are amazing, FZ. What a thoughtful idea for others.

    If we adults had your love and kindness, the world would be a much happier place. Short of that, you do an amazing job filling that void. πŸ™‚

  3. Claire

    Oh you are an amazing girl! I’m just catching up on your posts after a crazy few weeks. I just love your spirit, kindness and creativity FZ! It comes through in all of your posts and just reading them makes me so proud of you xx

    • Thank you! I love doing kind acts and hope that one day everybody else will do the same. I am so happy that you like my posts and I am definitely going to keep showing my creativity! Xx

  4. Such an amazing idea, and your gifts look to wonderful to the latest detail! Congratulations! Thanks for giving smiles and to spread the idea, it makes me smile as well πŸ™‚

  5. Hello πŸ™‚

    You are amazing and very inspiring! πŸ™‚

    We would love to share this post on Kindness Blog. Please do let us know if that would be okay with you.

    Thank you, Team KB.

  6. Hi FZ: I don’t get to your blog nearly as often as I should. Such an uplifting spirit inside your sweet body and soul. You are a ‘gift’ to me with each word you write. May God forever light your path in order for you to let others shine. Love, Kim

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