Thursday, February 2, 2012

Random Act of Kindness #20

Can you believe it's Thursday already? Well, it is and you know what that means...time for your weekly RAK challenge.

I'll start by asking you a question: Do you ever feel like this when you're driving? I mean, come on now, must that person really squeeze right in front of you? Or, doesn't that person know the left lane is for fast moving traffic? Better yet...Really? Can't you see that my blinker is on and I've been waiting 5 minutes for that parking spot?!


Okay, so if you're at all normal, you've experienced these feelings. So today's challenge is aimed right 'atcha!

Random Act of Kindness Challenge #20: Be a courteous driver. Be aware of those around you and give up a parking space, let the person into your lane, etc., without becoming upset! 
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Let's learn a lesson from this little dude. Be on the lookout for ways to be kind behind the wheel.

 Or what about him?...Totally laid back and chill! doot-ta-doo, umph? you need over? oookaaay.

Need to catch up on RAK challenges? Here's a few to get you going: here and here. Remember, it's never too late to start spreading kindness!

Hope you have a great day today, friends.


Chic Coles said...

This is just to cute.

pam {simple details} said...

Great one! People can be so intense out there! They wouldn't know what to do if you smiled and let them have the parking space! :)

sampenner said...

I just adore this post! I def have been guilty of a little road rage. :( I wish I wasn't, but sometimes it just really bugs me! Thanks for the reminder to be courteous. :)



Diana @ Your Day Simplified said...

Great reminder! When I see people being outrageous on the road I tell myself that they must have a serious emergency that they need to get to and I try to let it go... Keep up the great posts!

Lisa - A Room with A View said...

I do not (thankfully) suffer from road rage but I utterly dislike it when others do and I wish I could show this to the dog!!

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