Today in Louisville, everyone is talking about how cold it is going to get. Most people are talking about maybe there will be no school and there will be ice.
Our friend, Miss Carla, took the opportunity to do a great and thoughtful RAK. She went out and bought coats to give to people who don’t have a warm coat. How cool is that? She bought coats and then, took them to Wayside Christian Mission. They will be working hard to meet the needs of people who need help when the weather gets really cold.
I think that this is a great RAK in helping our city.
Good job Miss Carla.
This post is written by Andrew’s Mum – Shareen Dunn.
This has to be the ultimate RAK in Malaysia. Our friends Sam and Jackie, have decided to GIVE WAY, to anyone who has the courtesy to use their indicators as they e drive to work (in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)! Wow. I have added a pic of a fraction of KL’s traffic for our friends from Louisville to understand why this is an amazing RAK. You just have to Google traffic in Kuala Lumpur to understand the magnitude of this.
Thanks Sam and Jackie for engaging with Andrew’s project even when you guys are all halfway around the world from us. This make us miss you just a little less. Andrew is thrilled beyond words that you would take it so seriously and start a RAK Kuala Lumpur!
This is something really easy to do to start someone’s day. They will surely have a great day if someone surprised them first thing in the morning! With Breakfast. Donuts!!!!
We went to Heitzman’s Bakery and got a dozen beautiful looking glazed donuts. (You can go anywhere. We went to Heitzman’s because it was close).
I took it back home and put a bow on it and then slowly walked it over to a neighbor’s house. We don’t know them very well but they have kids and they always seem friendly. I went over there and rang the doorbell. Their dog started to bark and I quickly ran away so they did not see me. I had to hide behind the big tree in our yard as they came out to look.
It was really exciting. I hope that they got the treats and had them for breakfast!!
So, my mom and I were shopping for mechanical pencils in Walmart. I wanted to tell my friends about the RAK Louisville project and then give them a mechanical pencil to kick it off in my class.
This man (who was shopping for folders in the same aisle), comes up to us and hands me $5 – and tells me, “I really like that idea. Here is some money to help pay for the pencils”. And then he walks away. I was really shocked. He must have overheard me talking to my mom or Dad. I told him Thank You so many times! Wow.