The latest kindness I received was when I saw a litter of puppies advertised on Craigslist. I picked out the one I wanted and called the phone number. During my conversation with the farmer in a nearby town who had the puppies, I told him she was going to be my son's service puppy. He had told me early on in the conversation that he was selling her for $800 because she is a "merle" dog. Immediately upon me completing the sentence of what her job is going to be, he told me he would take no more than $200 from me for her and he didn't want an argument. LOL.
The moral of my story is, if there is one, I always seem to run into an "ah ha" moment for me and I know that I am being blessed in return for my blessing someone else. Kindness was inherited in my genes from my first Great Grandfather who came here from Ireland and founded a small town. He always shared his farm implement tools with neighbors and even gave them cows, etc. The kindness must have been passed on down the family tree and I plan to make sure it continues to the next generation and beyond!
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