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Residents in the town of Earlham, Indiana woke up Thursday, checked their mailboxes and found a gift. It wasn’t like Christmas had arrived, but it was close. An anonymous donor surprised the town of about 1,400 that sits 30 minutes from downtown Des Moines by purchasing gift cards to three local businesses and arranging for […]

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I have to brag a little bit. My amazing daughter has been shopping for people who are unable to leave their homes and get the necessary items. She wakes up at the crack of dawn every day and shops at three or four different stores for different people. Today she did a Facebook live and […]

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I was inspired by others making masks and make 40 masks today to donate ❤ Erika – Milwaukee Hey SLAYER! I’ve started a new series of posts called SLAY IT FORWARD. Each post is a submission from you of an act of kindness you have received or have witnessed that has inspired you. Let’s remind […]

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Last week, it had to have been Monday or Tuesday, all these vehicles decorated for a parade, using their hazard lights and stretching about 1/4 mile came up our street. Windows were down, music turned up, lots of hellos and waving as streamers and posterboard signs from the teachers from our local elementary school saying […]

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Under normal circumstances, I find writing to be cathartic. I enjoy, it helps to clear my head, brings me peace. Lately, I’ve found myself with an unusual abundance of time, and a great deal to say. However, in the madness, my musings seem unimportant, my opinions inconsequential. It seems that anything written now should be […]

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The woman’s shirt read “Homeless: The fastest way of becoming a nobody.” That was the message that inspired a touching photo in North Carolina. Officer Michael Rivers, of the Goldsboro Police Department, was pictured sharing a moment of compassion with a person in need. He was on his lunch break when he came upon a homeless […]

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Just had a gentleman from a nearby factory come by and ask how many reusable face masks we would need at for all the employees at my job which is a pharmacy. Shannon – Indianapolis Hey SLAYER! I’ve started a new series of posts called SLAY IT FORWARD. Each post is a submission from you […]

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In triage the other day, I heard a knock on the window… this was what I saw- this man knew he couldn’t come in but wanted to show some gratitude- I asked through the window if I could snap a picture and he nodded, he had tears pouring down his face- I peeked out the […]

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It’s good to know there are still good people in this world who make a difference. Who knows what the man faces on a daily basis. Before this virus hit I was able to help many people. I noticed a homeless lady pushing a cart thru a parking lot one morning while I was sitting […]

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My stepmother in law lives in an assisted living facility. Currently locked out for visits but can still communicate by phone. Was talking to her on the phone when she informed us they were having trouble buying certain foods in quantity for the facility. So when hubby went to get her prescription picked up from […]

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