Random Acts Of Kindness: Happy Holidays 2012


Here are a few Holiday Messages. Please take the time to let your loved ones know how much you love them.  Thank You for coming to (the deepest red) blog. Thanks for your support and Kindness. Love Shelley

Queen Elizabeth Christmas Speech (for the first time) in 3D

Queen attends Christmas Day service at Sandringham

US President Barack Obama and First Lady Christmas greetings

Bethlehem: Message of peace and hope

At midnight mass in the Church of Nativity in Bethlehem, the cradle of Christianity, the message was of peace, love and goodwill to all mankind. NBC’s Martin Fletcher  and Carl Quintanilla report.

George Bush Sr., Barbara Bush & George Bush Jr.,  Talk about Death In the Family. At three years old daughter robin diagnosed with Cancer passed away in October 1953.

During the hoidays and beyond, please donate to St. Jude’s Research Hospital

About two weeks ago a young man went inside an elementary school, murdering 26 people, including 20 children. Our Love and Prayers go  to all the Newtown families.

Watch this video of journalist Ann Curry inspiring her social media followers to do random acts of kindness in honor of the victims of Newtown, Conn. I provided two video links.


From NBC Rock Center Program 

At the Newtown General Store in Connecticut, Pete Leone has been inundated with calls from around the country, including one from Elizabeth Glass of Annapolis, Maryland.

The mother of a student in first grade, Glass called to offer a gift of coffee to Newtown residents. Her call is part of a massive, unexpected wave of goodwill that began online last weekend with a simple idea: “Imagine if we all committed 20 acts of kindness to honor the lost children of Newtown.”

NBC News National and International Correspondent Ann Curry sent the message on Twitter and Facebook. The idea, which invites everyone to carry out acts of kindness for anyone, anywhere, has evolved into a viral effort known as “26 Acts of Kindness” on Facebook and #26Acts and #20Acts on Twitter in honor of the students and faculty who died at Sandy Hook Elementary.


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