Someone snapped a photo of this couple while sitting at Starbucks. This man was teaching his wife/girlfriend (no one knows yet!) the alphabet. She had lost her memory and was re-learning how to read. Patience, love and understanding at its finest.
This is awesome! This company has stepped forward to help others. Of course, on the other end, I hope people don't take advantage of this companies generosity and abuse the cleaning service. Abuse of anything destroys.
Somewhere in America "You build us shopping malls so we forget we're walking on the bones of slaves and Hispanics...a child can access the KKK website at home but To Kill a Mockingbird is banned in school..."
"Maakt mijn generatie werkelijk geen keuzes, uit angst om het veilige gevoel van onze comfortzone te verlaten? Volgens mij ligt de situatie iets gecompliceerder dan deze afspiegeling van 'generatie Y' als besluiteloos, onvolwassen medemens."
Teenagers react to Windows 95, cannot imagine what their elders endured
Today's teenagers react to Windows 95, cannot imagine what their elders endured. They think Windows 95 was bad?! Show them what DOS looks like, which was what some of us started with before Microsoft/Windows even existed!
11 Sweet Random Acts Of Kindness. I like this idea from another pinner: At the kids birthdays this year I want one activity to be for the kids to do something they can take with them as a random act of kindness for someone else.