Operation Beautiful by leaving positive messages on the mirrors of public restrooms — at work, at the gym, at the grocery store. I scribble down whatever comes to mind — "You are beautiful!" or "You are amazing just the way you are!" My personal goal is to leave as many Operation Beautiful notes as I can. Maybe some people read them and just smile, but I bet some people are truly touched by the effort of a random stranger."
For more information on organ donation here are some websites: LifeSharers.org
OrganDonor.gov Alliance for Paired Donation (living kidney donations)
February 21 - Let someone jump the queue - Whenever I see an opportunity I am more than happy to give up my place in line and let someone go ahead of me. What a nice surprise it was today when I found myself with a handful of frames at Micheal's Arts & Crafts store and the lady in front of me invited me to go ahead of her in line. I, and my strained arm muscles, thank her.
February 19 - Pick up street trash - Lord knows there is no shortage of trash on the streets, we could spend every waking hour on this good karma activity. Instead of driving yourself crazy perhaps you'd like to try this strategy instead. Pick a trash can you walk by each day and make it a point to throw something in it. I walk to get coffee at Misha's most every day. As I walk over I pick up one or two pieces of trash that is lying on the street and dump it in the trash can I pass. No my neighborhood is not a dump, it's actually very nice, but I can always find a scrap of paper or a cigarette butt that can be put in it's proper place.
February 18 - Brighten up your neighborhood - This was a great one and I wish I had my camera with me to take a picture of it. On Valentine's Day morning my husband and I were walking around town. We came up to King St., which is the main shopping street, and as we turned the corner we began to notice printed hearts on 8.5" x 11" pieces of paper taped to the store windows. At first I thought it was a promotion by one of the stores but as we walked block after block and kept seeing the hearts I realized that it was a random act of kindness. Someone, or a few someones, printed out all of these hearts and got up bright and early Valentine's Day morning and taped them to all the business windows on King St. What fun! It made me smile and was a perfect way to start the morning.