This is a very tough time we’re experiencing and we need to remind ourselves what’s really important in life.
It’s not big houses, a lot of money, and fancy, material things.
It’s family, friends, being a good citizen, and being kind to EVERYONE.
People shared nice, wholesome interactions they’ve had lately that we think you’ll really enjoy.
1. A nice, unexpected gesture.
From a total stranger.
Had a very scary doctors appointment a few months back. Was sitting in the waiting room in a gown waiting to be called back and crying and the older lady beside me just silently rubbed my back 😭
— krista 🌸 (@kelizabethn) May 3, 2020
2. That’s what brothers do.
Good work on his part.
One time at school I was on my period and it accidentally leaked on my jeans so I texted my brother crying and he literally left work, went home and brought me a pair of new clothes to school along with McDonald’s to lift my spirits up 🥺❤️
— Rym 🌻 (@rymzlm) May 3, 2020
3. Meet James!
A cute little fella!
Yesterday my brother FTd me so I could see this little cow named James pic.twitter.com/iw3tsoHi7p
— baby (@_beccaiscute) May 3, 2020
4. Helping each other out.
“It made me tear up.”
The other day a very nice man stopped in the middle of his shopping to help me get the very last oatmilk from the top of the refrigerated milk case, without me even asking. In the middle of a pandemic, when people were panic buying. It made me tear up. And yes, I’m very short :/
— CatsAreTheBestPeople (@tehbg) May 3, 2020
5. A sweet guy.
Hang on to this one!
Everytime I go to play animal crossing, there’s always a pile of clothes, furniture, and supplies outside my house that my boyfriend left for me bc he thinks I’ll like them/need them 😂🥺 he’s so sweet
— Jade (@itsrobnotrobe) May 3, 2020
6. What a nice surprise!
And congrats on your accomplishment!
Went to go get brunch from my favorite place which I do every Sunday and my boyfriend had surprised me with it already paid for and a note pic.twitter.com/pxHMncqLoA
— Full Metal Calculus (@StarsAndMoonica) May 4, 2020
7. Way to go, Dad!
Dads sure are the best, aren’t they?
I teach music classes for kids ages 0-6. In this pandemic, we have transitioned to a digital model. My dad has signed in for EVERY. SINGLE. CLASS. Just to watch. Sometimes he holds up signs saying “Great job, Miss Kat!” or “We love you, Miss Kat!”
— purple witch (@PardinePrincess) May 3, 2020
8. Breakfast in bed.
And he’s doing it the right way.
I’m a night shift nurse and before my shift my boyfriend always wakes me up with breakfast in bed. also I count my macros religiously so he has found out how many carbs/fats/proteins I need a day and packs me food for my shift based off what I need to eat 🥺🥺
— Bai🦛 (@JustxBailey) May 5, 2020
9. The AAA guy coming through.
There are a lot of good folks out there.
My car overheated in a really sketch area. AAA guy who came to fix it was the sweetest dad type man. He showed me some car hacks and gave us water bottles. Said we deserved good boyfriends who would take care of our car problems. 2 days later he called to check we were okay 💖
— Kelliyarn (@kelliyarn) May 3, 2020
10. He did it for you.
And what a cute pooch!
My partner didn’t really want a dog but helped me get one for the sake of my mental health. Also he’s kind and considerate about me being a kind of fragile ball of stress.
Anyway this is the rescue dog we adopted last week pic.twitter.com/H7MjdyKZLD
— All Hail The Glow Cloud🏳️🌈 (@meeka_me) May 3, 2020
11. I love doing this!
Out on the open road.
i’m on a road trip home from atlanta right now, and 3/5 of the trucks i’ve gestured to have honked for me 🙂
— Cooper 🌼 (@HDparx) May 3, 2020
12. They’re doing great work!
Hats off to them!
My mom and grandma have been making homemade masks and caps for nurses up in New York and then just for anyone who asks. She doesn’t ask for money but people keep giving it anyways so she uses the money to make more masks for more peeps
— sporty spice (@sportyspices) May 3, 2020
These posts are all a nice reminder of how we should be treating each other right now.
And that means your loved ones AND strangers.
Just be kind to each other. It feels good and it’s the right thing to do.
Be safe out there and remember to stay healthy!