Friday, May 3, 2013
Just a simple little act of sethness...i was waiting, and waiting, and waiting,with my daughter at the urgent care in spfld the other day. A bit after we got there another couple came in with their little boy who was crying and obviously hurting, maybe 2 years old. When they finally called my daughters name to see the doc, she asked the nurse if the little boy could be taken first. I turned to her and said "an act of sethness.." She replied "yeah".
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
I went to an assisted living today and sat outside with several people living in the dementia unit. It was a beautiful day, and they so enjoyed being outside and having company. I enjoyed being with them, I will continue to visit
I talked today with one of my best friends Nancy from Fredrickburg, Virginia; we have been friends for 37 years. She told me how she was in BJ's the other day buying food and a woman behind her kept giving her coupons for her order; the total came to $7.52 and she looked at my friend and said this is an Act of Sethness! My friend almost flipped and said to the woman that Seth mother and her had been long time friends. An AOS all the way in Virginia and for 2 folks to meet that both knew the Machak's. It really made my day to hear this. Thank you all for continuing the AOS; please keep them going. Love to All. Cathy
I did an aos yesterday..., I was in the parking garage at work and walking in front of me was an elderly woman walking with a cane and just sobbing her heart out. Overcoming the desire to run by her ,I knew I was supposed to stop and spend the time to help her any way I could. I know Seth was looking down...
I just donated money in Seth's memory to the Celeste and Sydney Fund. They are a mother and daughter who were injured during the Boston Marathon bombing. Celeste lost both of her legs and Sydney has serious shrapnel injuries. http://www.gofundme.com/CelesteandSydney