Rodney Smith Jr is aiming to visit all 50 states across America for one good reason – he wants to provide free lawn mowing services for those in need. As a result, a lot of people have been praising him for his efforts and his inspiring story eventualy gained viral fame online.
Many news sources have since noticed his selfless act of offering free yardwork for those who couldn’t do the task for themselves. It sounds like a simple thing but according to Rodney, he does it not only to keep yards clean but to make people feel that they are loved.
Rodney Smith Jr is making a difference, one lawn at a time.
Upon checking out his Twitter page, you’ll often see him posting the same message:
“If you know of anyone who is elderly, disabled, a single mother or a veteran who needs their lawn mower let me know. It’s free.”
Since establishing non-profit organization Raising Men Lawn Care Service, Smith has been inspiring others to do the same thing.
In one tweet, he shared:
“Everyone meet Joel he lives in Montgomery,AL and wanted to come out to make a difference today with me . He came with his riding mower as well . We are the dream team for the day ! When I come to your city and if you want to come out let me know!”
Both adults and youth have volunteered to provide free services in their neighborhood by mowing lawns, shoveling snow, and raking leaves, among others.
Smith came up with “The 50 Yard Challenge” and challenged kids across the US to mow 50 lawns for needy people.
He not only took the challenge himself but took it to a higher level, making it “50 Yards in 50 States Challenge.”
As a result, he has been making lots of people happy.
Plus he gets to make new friends across the country.
He’s been helping widows…
.. And of course, the veterans.
Rodney Smith Jr is indeed a source of inspiration for many.
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To follow Rodney’s lawn mowing adventures, go check him out on Twitter.
Groom Makes A Touching Vow To His Bride’s Daughter, Asks Her To Take Him As Her Dad
Without any hesitation, the little girl agreed.
While there is nothing unusual about a bride and groom exchanging wedding vows, one ceremony has recently captured the hearts of netizens everywhere. The video went viral and it showed the groom making a vow to his stepdaughter and many people could not help but feel moved by the sweet moment.
Brandon Lindenman recently exchanged vows with Anastasia Lindenman in a New Jersey ceremony that was attended by friends and relatives. However, he did not stop with his speech about his promise of forever to his bride. In fact, most people were moved even more with the next speech he delivered - it was addressed to 4-year-old Raina, Anastasia’s child with her first husband.
Brandon Lindenman did not only make a vow to his bride during his wedding: He asked his stepdaughter, Raina, if he could be his father, too!
Waitress Got $3,000 Tip For Working Hard and ‘Smiling’
There is still good in this world and a waitress from Washington was witness to this very fact when she got the most generous tip of her life.
Smiles are contagious. People who always smile tend to bring a certain feeling of joy to the people around them that they are often considered a ray of light amidst the world’s unending doom and gloom.
Michelle Bozeman just cannot stop smiling. As a waitress at a busy diner in Napavine, Washington, Michelle remains cheerful to the customers, keeping a sweet smile on her face while working hard and serving good food for 20 years.
Fortunately, her efforts did not go unnoticed as a mystery couple left her a generous tip - a whopping $3,000 for her hard work and constant beaming grin....
This 19-Year-Old Guy Is Among The World’s Youngest Bitcoin Millionaires
It all started when he spent $10 on bitcoin when he was 12.
Although merely 19 years of age, Erik Finman is already a millionaire. It all became possible because of bitcoin and judging by his Instagram feed, he is obviously very proud about his achievements.
In some of his posts, you’ll see him lying in bed with lots of cash. In others, he’s stepping right outside private jets.