By Stacey DuFord

I’ve discovered that travel and illness are the enemies of kindness.  Maybe not the enemy, but they sure make being kind more challenging.  I thought I had the travel thing down from my February trip, but I was not as prepared – or as thoughtful – as I should have been when we travelled to Sandals in the Bahamas.  And it’s hard to be kind from a sick bed.  The kindest thing I did was stay away from everyone.

May was not my most creative month.  I felt like a plane that has lost an engine; it can still fly but all the resources are going towards keeping it in the air.  And I started out strong!  I was participating in Live Below The Line – raising funds and awareness for world hunger.  I donated to Gleaners too and surprised a kid with movie tickets, then sent homemade guacamole to a friend as a surprise.  I took a mug all the way to the  Bahamas for our friend Lauren from Clear Results Marketing, donated to the Red Cross after a tornado and gave money to the homeless on our trip to Toronto.

Once again, I vow to be more creative.  And I welcome any and all of your ideas!

RAOK = 126

Salvation Army = $120

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