Guerrilla Goodness in Grant Circle


Thanks to Petworthian for passing on. No doubt these are desperately needed

From their website:

“What IS Guerrilla Goodness you ask?

Guerrilla Goodness is intentional, anonymous acts of kindness performed in playful, creative ways for strangers, friends, and family.

It is the power of kindness and joy coming alive for all involved, both the giver and recipient. It’s discovering something about yourself and the world that changes everything, it is about believing and standing in kindness.

Guerrilla goodness is dropping flowers on strangers’ doorsteps, chalking up sidewalks outside of schools with good wishes on the first day of school, leaving quarters in all the gumball machines in town, slipping starbucks gift cards into books at the library for the next reader to find.

I like to think it is where strangers and kindness meet to play!”

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  • Looks like someone already peed on it. Hopefully it was a dog.

  • Is providing dog poop bags really an act of kindness? I’m guessing many of the people who take their dog to the circle with no bags have no intention of picking it up – I’ve literally heard people say “I don’t care” when someone mentions not picking it up. Sure, there’s honest mistakes…but it doesn’t happen that often if you truly care about picking it up.

  • Unfortunately Justin, I think you’re right. Many people don’t have bags on purpose. But I’m going to choose to focus on the one time I forgot to refill our dispenser and my husband unknowingly took our dog out and had no bag to clean up his notoriously large ground gifts. This would have been a godsend!

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