So the week of Random Acts of Kindness (RAOK) has started and I thought that there was no better way to start than to being kind to my family, they are always there for me and I think they deserve something special. Wouldn't you agree?
1- I made breakfast burritos for my husband to take to work. He has been working so much lately. He leaves the house way too early for me to be up to even think about making breakfast (although I leave the coffee pot ready to go every night before I go to bed), so I decided to make him something that he could just grab from the fridge. He loves breakfast burritos (eggs, bacon and cheddar cheese in a tortilla) and was very appreciative that I had I made them for him.
2- Read 5 books for the little man before he went to bed, we don't usually read that many. He was very happy.
3- Made a hat for my brother-in-law. Despite this being the busiest time of the year for me - crochet wise, I stopped working on my orders for a little bit last night and made a colonial blue beanie for my brother-in-law. He was over the other day and saw the color and said he would love to have a hat like that for golfing. So, my husband brought to him this morning at work, I hope he likes it! I will tell you about that later.
4- Left two headbands to the lady that used to be the little man's swimming teacher. She just found out she is expecting a little girl, so I left a the headbands (picture) at the YMCA's front desk for her along with a card.
5- Mailed a ticket for the Museum of Glass to a friend. We were chatting the other day and she mentioned she has never been there and since I recently became a member, I received a couple of extra tickets and thought she was the perfect person to have one.
6- This one is for you! I made 3 apple cozies (different colors then the one on the picture) and would like go use random.org to choose 3 people for me to send apple cozies to. You just have to leave a comment and your e-mail addy in case you are one the winners, so I can contact you.
Tomorrow I will be back to update you on my journey of random acts of kindness. Cheers!