(Samantha Manns ) Manns is honoring Booth (inset) with good deeds.
Teen Inspired to Do 89 Acts of Random Kindness
MARCH 06, 2013 Beth Greenfield, Shine Staff, Healthy LivingAn Ohio teen, grieving over the February death of her 89-year-old great-grandmother, has begun an incredible quest in her memory: to perform 89 random acts of kindness for total strangers over the next 18 months.
She launched her plan back in February at a McDonald's drive-thru, where she paid the $5 bill of the customer behind her. It was simple, really, and made a total stranger's day.
She repeated that deed a few days later, which immediately started a chain of several other customers paying for the folks behind them. Other random acts: donating items to the Humane Society, hanging out with orphaned puppies there and “being a happy presence,” and baking a birthday cake for a friend. She’s also been inspiring others to follow her lead on her Facebook page, 89 Acts of Kindness, by offering packets with good-deed suggestions, plus a photo and bio of Manns’ late great-grandmother, Virginia Booth, whom she called “Jinjey.” Read more: Yahoo News