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There's something good here . . .

Trice Lawrence sent me a link to a website showing what happened when a group of people in New York City got together to make a positive impact. They put a lecturn with a brass plaque that said “Say Something Nice” and a bullhorn in various places around the city and let nature take its course.

Here are some of the comments from the video:

Have a good day, everybody.
You are all wonderful.
Welcome back to New York, Candice.
I love everybody that’s out here.
Hey, you with the umbrella. I really like it.
We’re from Dallas, Texas, and we love New York.
Arianna: Mommy loves you.
Happy Birthday.
What a beautiful day.

Four women sang a song.

“Say Something Nice” was produced by Improv Everywhere as part of the Guggenheim Museum exhibition stillspotting nyc. This is their second collaboration in the series, according to the website.

Wouldn’t it be nice if more public places had a space like this where people could express positive thoughts? Maybe the world would be a less grumpy place.

Click here for a video and photos.

 

There’s something good here . . .

An artist in Florida hears about the struggles Meal-A-Day is having and wants to help, so she donates two pieces of her jewelry to the cause.

Tickets for the necklace raffle will be available for $1 each or six for $5 at the Senior Citizen Center, Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce and from local banks. The drawing for the necklaces will be held at noon Friday, Nov. 4.

For more information or make a donation, call 903-885-1661, or visit the Senior Citizens Center., 150 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive.

 

There’s something good here . . .

Please remember our firemen as they work the square this weekend for the “Fill The Boot” campaign. Donations go to MDA.

These guys have endured a lot of brutal conditions this summer, so let’s do our part to help them raise money for kids stricken with muscular dystrophy.

 

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