Monday, March 29, 2010

What I REALLY Want for my 40th Birthday TODAY

Today's the day I turn 40!!!!


Weeks before your birthday people always ask what you want. 

never have an answer. 

I'm truly blessed and have way more than I could ever possibly need. 

Since this year is one of those decade change birthdays for me, 
I've been telling people that I am not having a birthday this year. 

But after reading the blog a sweet friend sent 
me a link to the other day I decided
 I DID want to celebrate my birthday this year and 
I immediately knew 
EXACTLY 
what I wanted for my birthday! 


But I need YOUR help to get it. 

Will you help me? 


My birthday wish is to complete one Random Act of Kindness for every year of my life so far (that's 40), as well as asking family, friends, Facebook friends, and fellow Twitter-ers to each perform one Random Act of Kindness and to let me know about it throughout the day via email or text message on my birthday- TODAY Monday, March 29th.
 (And if you could take a picture of it? Like icing on the cake!)

If I can get 40 (or 80?) friends to do a Random Act of Kindness that day? 

It will be AMAZING. 
Seriously. 

I honestly can not think of anything I'd like better 
as a gift than for other people to be blessed
and it truly would make my day so special if you'd join me. 

Getting texts and emails all day of the great things people are doing for others will be like getting little presents all day long. 

The fact that my sweetest friend Dory is here with me 
to help me accomplish my 40 Random Acts of Kindness? 
Seriously- the GREATEST thing EVER!!!
(We are going to have SO much fun!!!)

So....will you join me? 

Please?

Pretty please?

Pretty please with a Sonic drink on top?

Please leave a comment here with your good deed, text me,
 send me a FB message or a tweet to let me know about your good deed for the day!

1 comment:

  1. Happy 40th Shannon!

    In honor of your birthday today I am sending Easter cards and thinking of you cards to a local nursing home. With instructions to the staff to hand out to residents who don't often get mail or visitors. Inside are messages letting them know that they are remembered and prayed for.
    Have a blessed day!

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