Sunday, January 22, 2012


Eyes were popping at 7th and Montana this morning as a rickety, old school bus festooned with messages ranging from "One Million Acts of Kindness" to "Spread Kindness to Everyone Every Chance you Get" chugged its way past Our Favorite Starbucks and down Montana Avenue. "Yikes, that thing looks like a relic," I said as it putt-putted across 7th Street on a left wing and a prayer. "Something tells me that's not the Newt-mobile," I said. Surely, there was something familiar about the driver ... but it wasn't Mrs. Partridge. Research suggests that it was a man named Bob who is criss-crossing the country on a ten-year tour, spreading grooviness and goodwill in his wake. You can find his blog here: One Million Acts of Kindness. As Bob puts it, the "Kindness Bus is the greatest-looking vehicle on the road in the United States." I have no comment on that ... and that, my friends, is my act of kindness for today!

1 comment:

Bucko (a.k.a., Ken) said...

You provided charity if you ask me :o)