One Hundred and Forty Three: The bottles of water

Random acts of kindness 101. Bottled water.

We were driving down the road and saw these stacks of bottles.

Bottled Water, Stack Of Bottles, Brecon Carreg

The guy there offered us some, just because.

Bottle, Brecon Carreg, Sea, Water, Bottled Water, Beach

He took a pack of 24 and placed it in the boot of our car. Being that I only drink bottled water this was/is a real favour for me. He actually offered me more, and more, but I was too shy to accept.

It was a random act of kindness that showed me, hey, there are some really nice people in this world. (reminds me of my WATWB posts 1 2 3)

What act of kindness has someone done for you today or can you do for someone else today?

Eliza

One Hundred and Forty Two: 20 Questions to Ask Yourself if You Feel Like Giving Up (reblog)

Once again I’m reblogging an article from Your Life Your Voice. I love what I’ve found on there. My post 13 reasons why not is from there, too.

I thought this was really helpful. I think I should dress up now! Put on makeup, curl my hair (and post a selfie on here???) Continue reading “One Hundred and Forty Two: 20 Questions to Ask Yourself if You Feel Like Giving Up (reblog)”

One Hundred and Twenty Six: It Takes Only a Second (reblog)

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It takes only a second. We’ve many moments in life. Each and every moment can be awesome. Thank you Kate for sharing this

It takes only a second to flash a smile
Yet it can make another’s life worthwhile!

It takes only a second to appreciate
That we steal another’s time being late!

It takes only a second to open our heart
Then real kindness we can impart!

It takes only a second to hate
But we all choose our own fate

It takes only a second to forgive
And it becomes so much easier to live …

It takes only a second for the future to become now
Yet all too often we miss it somehow?

It takes only a second to die
And we wont know why …

What can you do to take care of yourself today for – only a second?

So long as there’s life, there’s hope.

Eliza

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