All of the country and in our own community, kindness stones are turning up everywhere. They are usually painted different colors with either positive words or images painted on them. I love this idea so much. I've actually thought about painting some with my granddaughter to help teach her to spread love and kindness everywhere you go.

When I was at Westside Chuckles on Thursday, Jeff, the manager, showed me this stone that at been left on top of a gas pump. He said that this wasn't the first time a kindness stone had been left at the store. But, it was the first time there had been a note on the back.


Jeff plans on sending the rock to his brother in Hawaii so he can take a pic of the snowman rock in the sand. His brother plans on leaving it with a tourist so they can take it home and give it to someone else.

I looked up the Facebook page and it has pics of tons of rocks that have traveled far and wide and been found all over the world. See them here.

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