I enjoy doing "random acts of kindness", and doing so as a reminder of thethose that Seth did for so many is a privilege. I have endearing memories of a wonderful young man I was blessed to know, and the beautiful Christian family to whom Seth's character can be attributed.This past week I had an opportunity to attend an 'open house' at a nearbyfarm that houses rescue horses, those who almost were slaughtered, othersabused, some starved….. Some of these horses, once trusting again, are used to help autistic children connect emotionally.I learned that the owners of this farm allow some volunteer's to groom the horses and do other chores for the horses, also a way to give back to the owners for their grace and ministry. As I inquired about helping, I automatically thought of "acts of Sethness". I'm not sure if Seth liked horses, but whether or not, I can hear Seth saying, "Great! Giddyap!"