Sunday Post #396 Random Acts of Kindness

November 24th, 2019 Kimberly Sunday Post 45 Comments

24th Nov
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It was a crappy week. Please send prayers and good wishes our way. I’ve been trying to lose myself in books, work, and grandbabies. A special thank you to the person who unknowingly did a random act of kindness on Friday during one of my lowest points emotionally. It was a little thing.. but folks random acts of kindness are HUGE….and you never truly know how much they impact the person on the other end. Spread a little kindness this week. I hope your week is a good one! Stay warm and for goodness sake – Stay Caffeinated!

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Kimberly is a coffee loving book addict who reads and listens to fictional stories in all genres. Whovian, Ravenclaw, Howler and proud Nonna. She owns and manages Caffeinated PR. The coffee is always on and she is ready to chat. Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

45 Responses to “Sunday Post #396 Random Acts of Kindness”

  1. Olivia Roach

    This just goes to show how much random acts of kindness truly does make a difference. I hope your next week and this week are so much better <3

  2. Berls

    I’m so sorry to hear things are rough right now 🙁 Sending you tons of hugs and well wishes. I totally agree, it’s the small random acts of kindness that often mean the most. I really hope you’re having a better week so far! {{HUGS}}

  3. Tyler H. Jolley

    I’m so sorry you such a bad week. Sending you good thoughts and prayers. I agree with random acts of kindness. I will randomly buy people’s groceries, especially if it looks like they could be struggling. I truly think little things that keeps humanity going.

  4. Lindsi

    I’m really looking forward to A Madness of Sunshine! I can’ t wait to see your thoughts. I’m sorry you week was crappy, but glad someone unknowingly made you feel better by being kind. The world needs more people who are selfless and good-hearted. I hope this week is better for you! Sending positive vibes your way. <3

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  5. Nise' (Under the Boardwalk)

    I am sorry that it has been a hard week. So good to hear about you receiving a RAK that helped! I am going to take your advice and look for opportunities to do so, Wishing you and your family a Happy Thanksgiving.

  6. MarthaE

    I’ve been keeping you and your family in prayer and will continue.
    I plan to check out your reviewsn on several of your titles this week.
    And you’ve picked up some nice new books.
    Stay warm, healthy and enjoy Thanksgiving and Happy Reading!

  7. sherry fundin

    i didn’t do a sunday post this week. mr wonderful is off work so I wasn’t sure if i would be able to share others posts. i’m sorry to hear you are having a tough time. the holidays can be a good or bad thing when you are having troubles. glad to see someone was able to give you a pick me up and i agree, sometimes a kind word can do the trick. when i lived in panama city beach I used to deliver newspaper for a third job. i would stop at the convenience story and grab a cup of coffee every night, or should i say early morning and chit char for a few minutes. the cashier was always friendly and thanked me for stopping by, knowing she was going to be alone. something i never thought much about, could mean so much to someone. it’s easy to do and brightens the day for someone else

  8. Sophie

    Kimberly I am so sorry to hear about this! I will pray for you and do one (or rather more) random act of kindness because they are so important! I wish you some great news next week!

  9. Lark @ The Bookwyrm's Hoard

    I’m sorry you had a crappy week. Sending you hugs and a cup of tea. (I know you are a coffee drinker, but coffee is for energy and tea is so comforting.) And I hope this week goes better. Those random acts of kindness are so meaningful; I’m glad one came your way when you needed it.

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  10. Anne

    Random acts of kindness are what makes the world livable. I hope this week is full of them and you get to enjoy your holiday with good food, family and friends. Happy reading!

    Anne – Books of My Heart

  11. Mere

    Awww, I’m so sorry your week has been rough, I hope that everything gets better soon!

    I am actually trying to catch up on the Veronica Speedwell series, I read it a while back and there’s a new one! I was so surprised.

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  12. Suzanne @ The Bookish Libra

    I’m sorry to hear it was such a bad week. Definitely sending thoughts and prayers your way. I completely agree with you about random acts of kindness. They may seem like small things but they truly mean the world.

  13. Jessica @ a GREAT read

    Sorry to hear of your crummy week, but glad there was a RAoK to help lessen the sting. I hope that this week will be easier for you. Sending good thoughts and wishes your way. <3

    Nice new reads! Those are new to me ones for the most part! I hope you enjoy each and every one of them!

    Here’s my StS

    Have a GREAT day!

    Old Follower 🙂

  14. A Voracious Reader

    I’m sorry your week was so crappy. I’m winging out some {{{posivibes}}} so brace yourself. They might pack a wallop. I hope this week is better and all the weeks to come.

  15. Lola

    I am sorry to hear about your crappy week. I hope your next week is a better one. That makes me happy to hear that persons little act of kindness helped you at the right moment. I think it’s a good reminder to spread a bit of kindness when you can as it can really help someone a lot.

  16. sjhigbee

    So sorry to hear you had a horrible time of this week – kudos to the kind soul who helped out – and I very much hope the coming week is a whole lot better…

  17. Amy

    Little acts of kindness always have the biggest impact on our lives! I hope you have a better week and get lots of cuddles from your grandbabies.

    Happy reading!

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  18. Rachel

    Sorry to hear it was a crappy week! Random acts of kindness to mean so much when you’re down and I’m happy there was one to brighten your day. I hope things improve for you!

  19. Greg

    Sending prayers your way Kimba, and wishing you all the best!!!! Take care of yourself this week. And happy Thanksgiving!