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My takoja (grandkids) do what we call not so random acts on our reservation. It started out as random, turned into a competition, then a weekly thing now. They range in age from 3-17 and began picking up trash in Playgrounds and roadsides, now they are concentrating on the elderly. They were watering livestock due to little rains, but now are weeding and hauling garden stuff for the elders. Just recently, a quick trip to the store for supplies turned in to trying to taking cayenne a "stray" dog.
Food, water and the back of my van later, they decided that I would drive them to every house around the store to look for it's owner. They fought to take it home with them but I insisted on searching first.
They found the owners two farms up and reunited them. They are good kids.
God Bless your precious grandchildren! What good-hearted kids.
Posted 10 months ago by Mary Poalelungi from Melbourne FL
How ironic that I was thinking of how blessed we are and are to others. Many of our people share from their hearts and never expect anything back....i am so proud of your grandkids
Posted 9 months ago by Picante Sauce Baby from USA
How inspirational! Thank you for sharing. Random acts of kindness should become the normal way of life for us all.
Posted 9 months ago by Sonia Hudson from Newcastle-upon-Tyne,UK
It is very important that children learn to love and look after animals from an early age! It makes for a wonderful human being. Great grandkids you have :)
Posted 8 months ago by Caddie from South Africa