An Indiana woman who lost her son five years ago is keeping his memory alive by encouraging others to spread kindness — one random act at a time. Carolyn Mick was on the receiving end of one of those random acts, and was surprised to see that her son's birthday cake had been paid for when she went to pick it up
She also received a note with the paid for cake. CLICK HERE to see her post on Facebook
The note read:
"Today is my son's 35th birthday, his 5th one in heaven," the note reads. "In his memory, I've paid for your cake. Please enjoy, make special memories and hug your children and loved ones tight. My son loved cake!"
The note was signed, "Toni, Tyler's mom."
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