Friday, June 5, 2015

2,015 RAOKs in 2015: #824 - #933

#824 and #825:
Gummy Bears and Kit Kats at Sizzler



#826 and #827:
Made baskets for some friends visiting. 


#828 and #829:

#830:
Left a RAOK in Dana Point 

#831:
Left a RAOK for our waiter at Hacienda on the lake. 

#832:
Left a RAOK for our waiter at Promenade Cafe on the Queen Mary. 

#833 - 845:
Left dog toys at a dog park. 

#846:
Returned my shopping cart at Costco

#847:
Helped an older woman unload her heavy items into her trunk from her Costco cart

#848:
Donated a food bag at Albertsons


#849:
Returned my cart at Albertsons

#850:
Said bless you in Kohls to a stranger

#851:
Held the door open for a stranger

#852 - #933:
I brought in a bunch of snacks for the office







Friday, May 22, 2015

2,015 RAOKs in 2015: #799 - #823

#799:
Swedish Fish RAOK at Samurai Sushi

#800:

Tootsie Roll RAOK at Sizzler for the waitress

#801:
Kit Kat RAOK at Jons Fish Market

#802:
Left sidewalk chalk at the park next to my complex



#803:
Left 5 RAOKs in a little garden park near home



#804:


#805 - #810:
Made some care package bags to keep in the trunk for those who need them.
(Men's) 

(Women's)




#811 - #823:
Leaving dog toys at a dog park
(Curious cat wants the toys)



Wednesday, May 13, 2015

2,015 RAOKs in 2015: #700 - #798

#700:
I saw the Rees Specht site / story on TV, and decided to check out the website and order some pay it forward cards.



#701:
Got a gift card at Pavilions to give to another customer and the cashier said they can't do that. Add it to the list of why I dislike that store.  I'll use it elsewhere. 



#702:
Left a tip for the Starbucks barista. 

#703:
Gave the starbucks barista a RAOK. 


#704:
Left a RAOK for the waitress at Broken Yolk

#705:
Held the door for a stranger

#706:
Returned my shopping cart to the front of the store

#707:
Dropped off a trunk load of donations to the Rescue Mission. 

#708 and #709:
Smiled at and held the door open for a stranger... with not even a thank you :)

#710:
Gave the woman at Lancome in Macys a RAOK

#711 and #712:
Left two RAOKs in Stein Mart


#713:
Left a RAOK for the waiter at Red Robin

#714:
Bought a shirt at Old Navy I thought my mentee would like

#715:
Smiled at a stranger

#716:
Signed up to be a Red Cross Ambassador for June 2nd

#717:
The Red Cross will be fundraising #allin1day June 2nd! Join me as a Giving Day Social Ambassador to impact lives! http://rdcrss.org/1L3umeU

#718 - #758:
I passed these out to everyone in my office :)




#759:
Used Amazon Smile :)

#760 - #789:
Bought some treats for the office



#790:
Jolly Ranchers RAOK at work downstairs

#791:
Gave some cat treats to a friend for her cat

#792 and #793:
Now and Laters and Tootsie Rolls to the salesmen at OC Mattress in HB when I bought my new mattress


#794:
Swedish Fish for the makeup lady at Clinique in Macys

#795:
Kit Kat for our waiter at Dennys on Mothers Day

#796:
Paid for the lunch of the guy in front of me at Chipotle when he realized he forgot his wallet in the car

#797 and #798:
Peach Rings and Jolly Ranchers at lunch yesterday at First Class Pizza


Thursday, April 30, 2015

2,015 RAOKs in 2015: #682 - #699

#682:
Day 3 of the Kindness Challenge:  

#683:
Left a RAOK for the waiter at La Hacienda

#684:
Left a RAOK for the waitress at Lucilles

#685:
Signed up for an app:  Be My Eyes
You can receive video calls where you help a blind person by telling them what is in front of them if they need help.

#686:
Day 4 of the Kindness Challenge

#687:
Day 5 of the Kindness Challenge

#688:
Day 6 of the Kindness Challenge 

#689:
Day 7 of the Kindness Challenge 

#690:
Day 8 of the Kindness Challenge 

#691:
Day 9 of the Kindness Challenge 

#692 and #693:
Gave a RAOK to the two front desk girls at physical therapy


#694:
Left a RAOK at Board and Brew

#695:
Left a RAOK at Riptide, and the hostess found in, and said it was weird.  

#696:
Left a RAOK for a waitress

#697:
Left a RAOK for the waitress at Peppinos

#698 and #699:
I noticed a neighbors keys in their mailbox. Car key, house key, everything. Our mailboxes have our apartment numbers on them so I knocked on their door. They didn't answer and I went upstairs. It was bothering me so I went back down. The daughter answered and she went out to get them. 
The girl opened the front door, then closed it and locked it and asked who it was.  When I said my name, she opened it.  She left with her dog, and I think her mom came outside after calling for her.  I think this family needs a lesson in communication and that a child doesnt just run off, she should have gotten her mother, and I feel like I should have asked for her mom.  Oh well.