Archive for December, 2014

Person of Peace

Tuesday, December 16th, 2014


A beautiful friend of One Million Acts of Kindness has left this earth, her memorial page is here:

Honoring the Children and Teachers

Sunday, December 14th, 2014

Below are a few words on a flyer I handed out to interested people in my ride to honor those lives lost at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
The following paragraph is meant only to inspire you, by no means is it meant to be mean spirited.

Our collective hearts were torn two years ago when we heard of this tragedy. We were all touched to the very core because of the innocence of these first grade children. Many of us wept openly.
We all wish that events like this would never happen.
We all want to see a better world for all children.
It has been 24 months!
What have you done to help children in need?
Please use this call to action as a catalyst in your life to bring comfort to a child who may need the loving kindness you can bring to his or her life.

Upcoming Ride

Friday, December 12th, 2014


On Sunday, I will ride for twenty hours and an additional six miles for the twenty children and six adults who lost their lives at Sandy Hook Elementary School. It will be the 2nd anniversary of that tragic day

Naples Christmas Parade

Wednesday, December 10th, 2014


With the Blue Bird of Kindness decorated, a kind group of friends and families helped to hand out flyers, carry the Collier County Kindness Awareness Day banner and walk the Kindness Bicycle in front of tens of thousands of attendees along the parade route. Thank you to one and all for helping in such a big way.

Kindness in Naples Florida

Monday, December 8th, 2014


Tom from Trimmers, a Christmas decor firm in Naples, Florida outfitted the Blue Bird of Kindness for the annual Naples Christmas parade. He does a load of community work in southwest Florida all year long. When is asked him what time I should return the wreath, he said, “it is yours to keep.”
Wow, that is Christmas kindness in Naples.

Sandy Hook Ride

Saturday, December 6th, 2014


On Sunday, December 14th I will ride twenty-one hours for the twenty children and six adults who lost their lives at Sandy Hook Elementary School.

Collier Citizen

Thursday, December 4th, 2014

Thank you to editor, Jay Schlichter and journalist extraordinaire, Lance Shearer of the Collier Citizen for the front page, above the fold article.