The Early Birds leave Florida and are on the road again. Their plans are to visit as much of the East Coast as possible during the summer months. Again, their forward motion is hindered, and they haven’t crossed the Georgia line.
Most people would call their delay a Random Act of Kindness, but when you’re dealing with the Early Birds, they come up with their own name for helping humanity. “We’re Haphazardly Handing Out Hospitality. Wherever a need arises.”
It shouldn’t surprise anyone, helping others occurs in the strangest places: A busy street corner, a laundry room, and even a public restroom in Washington, DC. As Rose says, “The Early Birds are spreading small snippets of God’s love everywhere we go.”
As with the other books in the Early Birds series, this one will tickle your funny bone too. Climb on – it’s sure to be a ride you won’t soon forget. You never know where the trip with the Early Birds will take you, while they’re lending a helping hand.