Everyone needs something

Author: Mr_Photo

Send an positive  email
or link to this site,
let someone  you care about them.
It will make
both of you feel better.

being me

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No reason to be anyone
other than yourself.

God only made one of you
so be your best
with what you have been given


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Be thankful for the small things and remember some people do not even have those things

we need you

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In this time of turmoil and uncertainly in the world, with the COVID-19 pandemic,
we need more than ever kind and caring people.

In the mall I have noticed a black board at the entrance, each time I see it there is a positive/inspirational quote written neatly on it.

The quotes themselves bring me peace and joy. The world can seem so chaotic and frightening, people rush through life barely giving anything a second thought.

So the fact someone takes time out of their own day to uplift mine and others is a really sweet and grounding thought.

There are people in the world that still manage to see meaning and hope, and care enough to share it with others.

I reach out to you who….whoever you are to suggest positive content to this site and do your part to make people smile and not worry.
Send or forward a positive to comment or good deed to someone you know who can not get out to visit their friends during this uncertain time we are going through….I promise you it will make them feel batter and in the process you will also feel better.

We will get through it and is much easier to do this if we do not panic and just help where we can and remain positive.

Larry & Bolt
Founders of www.Dontworrybehappy.ca

Author: Mr_Photo

This is a personal experience I had while volunteering over the Christmas period many years ago. I had been given some space in local mall to offer personalized stationary and return address labels to customers and was donating all the money to Child Find a national organization that helps find missing and abducted children.

One Sunday I was craving Bacon and Eggs and the local A&W restaurant in the mall had those, so I went up to order them and the girl behind the counter said sorry sir we do not have them on Sundays. I was devastated, but she was so friendly etc and said well you know if you order it on muffin or bun it is about the same and we have a deal on now if you order the combo and comes with hashbrowns and coffee at a special price.

I said OK and took my order back to my little spot in the mall, but not before I made a note of her name that was on a name badge she was wearing.

When I had a moment I wrote a letter to the management of A&W and in the letter I let them know what great service I got and to keep hiring great people like the girl that served me and of course to pass the comments on to the employee (one never knows if the employee ever hears about her good job). In the afternoon I walked to the of A&W and asked to speak to manager, she came out from the back and I said I had a letter regarding service. The first thing she said was “what did we do wrong” I said it was a good letter and she opened it read it and said thank you very much and I said you are very welcome I went back my place in the mall.

About a week passed and this girl in street cloths asked me I was the one that wrote the letter and I said what letter? (she looked much different in her street cloths than her A&W outfit).She said I work over there at A&W and I said I am person that wrote the letter.

She said “Thank You” and started to cry a bit….I am seventeen years old and no one has ever told me I have done a good job at anything. She thanked me again for the letter and left.

Do you think she is going to be a better employee, a better mom etc.

What did it cost me?….ten minutes of my time…what are the results?…well you figure it out.

Think twice before you complain about something and do not think just act and pass on kindness when you receive it.It is all about the little things that make the big differences in the world.

A personal story by Larry the founder of this web site.

Author: Mr_Photo

An 18-year-old pizzeria worker was praised for going above and beyond the call of duty after he broke the restaurant’s take-out rule to deliver a pizza to a family’s home three and a half hours away.

Julie and Rich Morgan had been reminiscing about the legendary pies that are served up at Steve’s Pizza place in Battle Creek, Michigan. It had been 25 years since the couple lived in the city, but despite the distance, the fabled restaurant still set the bar for the perfect slice of pizza.

“We were young and money was tight, but every pay day, Rich would pick up Steve’s Pizza for dinner,” Julie wrote in a Facebook post. “I can’t possibly describe how delicious this pizza is—but several moves and all these years later, it is still the gold standard and we’ve never found a better pizza yet. Rich has frequently critiqued other pizza as ‘good, but it’s no Steve’s.’”

Julie and Rich had been planning on visiting Battle Creek for her birthday—but as their vacation loomed closer, an unexpected cancer diagnosis left Rich in hospice.

“We talked about seeing the leaves and the lakeshore, but that was secondary to our planned visit to Steve’s,” says Julie. “Instead, I took Rich to the ER where he landed in ICU for five days, and where we learned the news that his valiant cancer battle was coming to an end.”

Unbeknownst to the couple, Julie’s father called Steve’s Pizza in hopes of getting a letter, text, or friendly phone call from the restaurant—but as fate would have it, the restaurant’s manager, 18-year-old Dalton Shaffer, answered the phone instead.

After listening to the plight of the Morgan family, Shaffer immediately asked what kind of pizzas the couple liked. Julie’s father emphasized that they lived in Indianapolis—which is 225 miles away from Battle Creek.

Despite the restaurant maintaining a firm take out-only rule, Shaffer waved away the man’s protests and said that he would be delivering two pepperoni pizzas to the couple’s house after he closed the store for the night.

True to his word, Shaffer drove for three and a half hours until he finally arrived at the Morgan’s house.

“And so, while Rich and I slept, at 2:30 AM, Dalton rolled into our driveway, left the car running and delivered two extra special pizzas to my waiting family,” wrote Julie. “He told them we were in his prayers, and offered to help in any way he could.

“My dad offered to put him up in a hotel, but he refused and immediately left for the return trip home because he had to work the next day,” she added.

Though the Morgan family has lauded praise about the pizzeria and their compassionate store manager, Shaffer remained humble. When asked about his extraordinary good deed, Shaffer told the Battle Creek Enquirer: “I just wanted to do that for them. I just wanted to make them happy.”

As a means of expressing her gratitude, Julie posted a photo of the legendary pie to Facebook, saying: “I am beyond overwhelmed and humbled by this act of genuine kindness. Dalton brought our family so much joy—and the best pizza in the world—at a really difficult time.

“While ‘thank you’ hardly seems adequate—from the bottom of my heart, thank you, Dalton … for making your epic middle of the night pizza delivery!”

Pie It Forward By Sharing This Sweet Story Of Kindness With Friends Article originally published on GNN in October 2018)

Author: Mr_Photo

All you can do sometimes is try and hopefully someone with smile

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I love you

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Look for the good and you will find it

Author: Mr_Photo

I was getting someone to do some work on a web project for me and he was  from offshore. I asked him if had a domain name already for his new business and he said not yet. I told him I had www.affordablewebsedigners.ca as I did not use anymore.

He said how much do you want it, as is a goodweb site name for a business like mine. I told him he could have it for Free. There was a pass in our chat and he sent me back this:

“You are too kind” I really appreciate that.

So can one be “Too Kind” I think not, without kindness we have nothing.

With Kindness we have everything.

“More has been done for good by being Kind and Caring than has ever been accomplished by being mean and evil”

What do you think?, Am I crazy or am I on the right track?


Not about the Eggs

This is a personal experience I had while volunteering over the Christmas period many years ago. I had been given some space in local mall to offer personalized stationary and return address labels to customers and was donating all the money to Child Find a national organization that helps find missing and abducted children. One …

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