Random Act of Kindness

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    John McCormick suffered a heart attack and passed away while mowing his lawn. The firefighters who answered the emergency call followed the ambulance to the hospital then returned to McCormick’s house to finish the yard work, mowing the front and back yard.

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    I loved that story! Bless those firefighters.
     
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    I noticed right away that someone used an old fashioned typewriter to put my name and address on it,&#8221; she said.

    A small envelope, with a note and gift inside that left this English teacher at a loss for words.

    &#8220;I've never ever experienced a gift like that on that type of scale,&#8221; she added.

    $800 in certificates to McKay's Used Books: A dream come true for any teacher.

    http://www.wrcbtv.com/story/26462866/teacher-speechless-after-random-act-of-kindness
     
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    No one is more surprised than Flynn. On Sunday night, she saw the young woman at the checkout stand remove three of the four large boxes of diapers in her shopping cart and put them aside because the store wouldn&#8217;t price-match the items. (The mom had seen the diapers advertised for a lower price at another store, but Walmart would only match the cheaper cost for the first box.)


    Flynn, 73, placed the three boxes back in the mom's cart and paid for them.


    &#8220;I thought, &#8216;If she needs diapers, she must have a little one.&#8217; Little ones are close to your heart when you&#8217;re a grandmother,&#8221; Flynn told TODAY.com.


    The mother tried politely to decline the help, but Flynn said she knew she could make the $120 purchase, so she did.

    http://www.today.com/parents/random-act-kindness-walmart-store-goes-viral-1D79878628
     

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