Sunflowers and Kindness | National Random Acts of Kindness Week

Do your little bit of good where you are; it’s those little bits of good put together that overwhelm the world. –Desmond Tutu

It’s been a long time since we had a “Kindness Week” here on Pics and Posts, so in honor of National Random Acts of Kindness Week this week’s posts will be dedicated to kindness, compassion, and random acts of sunflowers.

Your first task is to visit the Random Acts of Kindness Foundation’s website, take a look around, download a few posters and tools, including the RAK Calendar, and get ready to do your part in “making kindness the norm.”

¡Hasta mañana!

About the Sunflowers: The sunflower photos in this post were grown and sent to me by my Wildflowers friend, Kim B. She risked being stung by bees to brighten my day. :-D. Thanks, Kimmy!

8 thoughts on “Sunflowers and Kindness | National Random Acts of Kindness Week

      • franhunne4u says:

        It eas s “pound cake” with a lot of “leftovers” in it, there was a bit of red wine standing in my fridge for weeks and an already opened bag of ground hazelnuts, which had just the right amount of nuts in it, a bit of leftover grated chocolate, eggs that needed using up etc. It’s called a red wine cake. 250g of sugar and 4 eggs beaten until thick, 200ml of rape seed oil and 200ml of red wine added, stirred, chocolate grates in stirred, sieved 300g of flour and a packet of bakibg powder into that and added the nuts. Quick stirring then into a well buttered form “Gugelhupf” Form, a high form with a “chimney” inside. Baked at 200 degrees C for about an hour (but beware, it might be the necessary to cover it with aluminum foil after 45 minutes). Then you melt couverture and cover the cooler cake. I also added some leftover sliced almonds

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