Random Acts of Kindness

The biggest thank you and virtual hug to Richa of iscrlblr for nominating me. Check out her fabulous blog and give her a follow. Richa is a unique creative soul. Her daily posts are empowering and thought-provoking along with humor.

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In 1998 with only $100 in my purse I arrived in New York. I was told by the modeling agency I worked for at the time that I would have an apartment. However, when I arrived, the building was bought by a developer, and they were ending all of the tenant’s leases in order to convert the space into retail. I had no clue how I was going to survive in such an intimidating city. I couch surfed for months. Through the random acts of kindness of friends, photographers, strangers, boyfriends, and the agency I worked for I was able to have a place to sleep. They say New Yorker’s are tough people, but I disagree. They opened up their hearts and homes to me. Today, I live in a beautiful high-rise penthouse overlooking the city that has blessed me in so many ways.

RULES

1. Tell who you nominate and why.
2. Copy and share the picture that shows the award, posted above.
3. Share a paragraph of something that impacted your own life in the way of receiving kindness or how you extended kindness to someone else.
4. Nominate anyone or share to your own page. If you choose to participate. Tag or ping-back to the original person who nominated you, or the original post.

MY NOMINEES

I am opening up this tag to everyone that would like to participate.

Thanks again, Richa for nominating me. I am so appreciative and grateful that you are part of this blogging journey with me.

Sending loving, kind vibes! 💋

10 Comments

  1. Karalee

    That must have been hard for you to come to New York & not have a place to live, but that’s wonderful to hear that so many people have been kind to you & given you a place to sleep. I’m glad you were able to overcome this obstacle with the help of others 😊

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