Archive for May, 2018

Community of Joy

Sunday, May 13th, 2018


Thank you to Pastor Sharon and Pastor Martin for the very warm welcome to their Community of Joy church in Salisbury, Maryland. I was invited to talk at two services with very interested individuals. I love a lot of questions and feedback after my talks and I certainly was pleased with the reception. It was a day I will hold in my heart for a very long time.

Race for a Good Cause

Saturday, May 12th, 2018


Great morning for the eRACE the Stigma 5K run in Salisbury this morning. Thank you everyone and for the special parking privilege to have the Kindness Bus front and center. This was certainly a race for a good cause.

Salisbury University

Friday, May 11th, 2018


After nearly 7 years of riding the Kindness Bicycle, if Sammy the Sea Gull from Salisbury University wants to take off with it, he’s more than welcome. Just kidding of course.

Salisbury Kindness

Thursday, May 10th, 2018


Thank you to the welcoming committee of Grace Foxwell Murdock and Martin Hutchison of Salisbury, Maryland. They have a big weekend planned for the Kindness Bus Tour all four days. Salisbury is a very kind place.

Thank You Joe and Claire

Wednesday, May 9th, 2018


Thank you to Joe and Claire Malczyn for opening their home to me and Bogart and showing us around their town. Major red carpet hospitality.

Wilmington Kindness

Tuesday, May 8th, 2018


Before leaving Wilmington, South Carolina for Rocky Mount, I stopped in Bitty and Beau’s for a quick cup of coffee. This wonderful little coffee shop hires those with special needs and is an amazing place to watch your coffee or tea brewed very lovingly. Trevor, who handled my order, insisted on posing with me by the Kindness Bicycle. Thank you for that Trevor.


Charleston Kindness

Monday, May 7th, 2018


Sister Sandra Makowski, Chancellor of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Charleston, invited us back to meet everyone at the Diocese, including Bishop Robert Guglielmone. Bogart, feeling better today after a visit to the vet, made friends with the Bishop’s dog.