One of the huge perks of working with astounding volunteers is they often bring wonderful gifts with them when stopping by to talk about a case. Last Friday, an advocate showed up with a freshly baked blueberry muffin and homemade vanilla that had been stewing for a year and a half. Because she is a career chef, her baking was out of this world delicious. There was a particular delicate layer of crunch on the outside that was unexpectedly perfect. During the rest of the day, the vanilla smell wafted through my office every now and then, making it an even more cozy environment than before. The aroma brought a smile to my face each time I detected it. We only spoke for about fifteen minutes, but that considerate act of kindness warmed my heart all weekend, despite the ever falling snow.
What was the last random act of kindness someone bestowed upon you?