Kingman to Surprise, Arizona

March 23rd, 2012

3-23-12I talk too much!  With a long drive ahead of me, I planned on leaving Kingman early this morning, but it took until noon until I headed out of town. I talk too much, with good reason.  Sharon, who has a child in Kingman Middle School, stopped by The Kindness Bus to take photos for her family and friends. Sharon has a passion for children and started a foster care non-profit. She now has a passion for One Million Acts Of Kindness. She is convinced that the Kindness Certificates can make a huge difference in children’s lives.
Bogart and I made a quick stop to Kingman Middle School. We were met at the front desk by Mrs. Mesa, the school nurse. She has a Boston terrier and loved Bogart. She loves the Kindness Certificates and is going to present them to the entire school. She is a firm believer that positive character traits such as kindness can keep the body healthy, 98% of the time.
In Sun City for just a short amount of time, many people became fans of The Kindness Bicycle Ride for Heroes. Deborah, a FastSigns franchisee was very grateful and generous in her support of my mission.
Joan and Jan who are big supporters of Eve’s Place a Domestic Violence shelter in Surprise, Arizona were very interested in my ride across the United States this summer.  I had the pleasure of meeting Paul Ellis and two very caring women he was with, at a local restaurant. He is an Outfitter from Bozeman, Montana and takes Wounded Warriors out on his private ranch. Just being in the great outdoors is a big help for these Heroes.
In every town I visit, people are so interested in the Heroes I ride for. Most everyone has a friend or loved one who is represented by The Kindness Bicycle Ride for Heroes.

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