It was parents’ weekend here and a beautiful sunny day, about 75 degrees. I found an empty campus, or so I thought at the time. I drove to the football stadium which was also empty. Seeing a chance to do something fun, Bogart and I walked out onto the field. A woman who worked there took my picture with Bogart at “The Rock” at the end of the field.
I saw a campus policeman, Officer Delay, who said if I wanted to talk to the students I should go to the corner. It turned out to be a great spot and I was there for 4-5 hours and met many people from all over. My thanks to Officer Delay. I talked to Amy Mason and her daughter Grace. Amy teaches kindergarten where her class of 60 students is having a Kindness day soon. I gave her about 80 stickers to pass out and keep spreading the word. It’s always so nice to see so many families express interest in the Kindness Project. I also met two young families from Chicago who were thrilled about the message of One Million Acts Of Kindness.
Alex Benson, a reporter for the school paper came out and interviewed me for about 45 minutes. The article should be in the paper this week. This turned out to be a very good day.