Elena, a recent resident to Vero from Long Island, who hopes to work in health care here, has a couple wonderful messages to anyone considering ending one’s life, she says, “You are not alone” and “There are more people like you than you know.” Knowing that you are not the only one who is suffering the way you are, can be somewhat of a comfort.
A great photo of The Kindness Bus was on the front page of the Indian River section of today’s Vero Beach Press Journal. Photographer, Christopher Arnold, captured me as I made my way on Route 60. Dozens of people waved and thanked me today in response to the photo and descriptive caption.
Tania Rogers of WPTV Channel 5 in West Palm Beach made the 2 hour drive to talk with me about One Million Acts Of Kindness. She thought it would make a nice Thanksgiving story. What a nice interview and her passion for putting together an informative piece was clear to see. I’m guessing she will give viewers a great representation of my mission.
Peter Schaller from CBS 12 News in West Palm Beach happened upon The Kindness Bus and stopped by after lunch. He interviewed a visitor to the area about cyber bullying and had some great questions for me.
Steve, Andrew, Davis and Julie stopped by to see what all the cameras were about and to learn about the Ring Our Country with Kindness ride.
Thank you to James of Fort Pierce for setting up the interview with Tania. What a great day of spreading kindness and raising awareness about two very important issues.