25 August 2010

MISSION: Lucky Lotto

I've never played the lottery. Don't get me wrong--I've thought about it. I guess I never think I'll win, so I never buy the ticket. But then, you can't win if you don't play!

Affiliated Agent GM from Derby, Kansas thought he'd pass along some potential good fortune to an unsuspecting individual. That's my kind of Affiliated Agent.

Date: Sunday, 22 August 2010

Location: local high school parking lot; Derby, Kansas

Time: 8:00 a.m.

Affiliated Agent GM's report:

Today's mission was a little easier given the fact it was an early Sunday morning in my sleepy little town of Derby, KS.

0730: My fridge was low on some wholesome OJ so I decided to multitask and make my drop since my "kindness" gift was sitting in my car for 2 days after it was packaged. I drove to the grocery store and looked for a good place to drop it, but found none. Instead, I went in and bought my OJ.

0800: On the way home I thought why not drop it off at one the High School? So, I drove up to the teacher parking lot and made my move, dropping it off in the branches of a tree on the way to the doors of the teacher's entrance.

0830: Mission accomplished and drove home before anyone knew what happened.

Next week I fly to Springfield, Mass so, I'm looking forward to bringing a little "Sunflower State" kindness to the good ol' New England area that is closer to home. (Go New York!)

Well done, Affiliated Agent GM! But I'm confused--are you from Kansas or New York? No matter! We're just glad you're on the team! Can't wait till your next mission--maybe the one you do in Springfield. Thanks for your kindness!

{You can see Affiliated Agent GM's other mission here.}


Anonymous said...

I was born and raised in NY, but am now living in KS thanks to the Air Force... you'll see with my next mission. :)

Anonymous said...

Gosh, so many unique missions. I love this one!! Go AIR FORCE!!

Secret Agent L said...

Anonymous #1: YOU ROCK. thank you for your service to our country!

Anonymous #2: i know, right?! i am continually blown away by everyone's creativity and thoughtfulness! if you could see my inbox right now...wow!!

James said...

As a teacher, I think that there should always be random acts of kindness for teachers. ;)

Alyce said...

I love this, Agent GM. My brother and his family live in Derby and he and his wife are teachers. I know a RAK like this would make their day. Thanks for spreading the happiness!