I have learned so much from knowing my favorite 91 and a half year old. The most important lesson is that sometimes getting older is no picnic; but it is your choice if you see obstacles or new adventures, strangers or friends you haven’t made yet.
Kindness is something we all can use a little more of in our lives. If we make a conscious effort to add kindness to our daily to do list, we will eventually live in a community filled with it. Whether you do one or all—we would love to hear from you and follow your journey with #RAOK.
Did you know that every year the Connections Volunteer Center designs a project to highlight senior citizens and their impact on our community called Seniors Helping Impact Neighbors Everywhere or SHINE?