"This morning was a bit crazy. I woke up late and hurried to get two small kids ready to get to the gym on time. I realized I wasn't going to have time to make breakfast so I pulled my best parenting move and promised Chick-Fil-A. Being in a hurry already didn't prove to make this less stressful. While waiting in the drive-thru, I looked down to see a grace bomb card. I looked behind me and no one was there. By the time I got to the window, a lovely lady was behind me and I paid for hers and gave the cashier a grace bomb card. While my morning started chaotic, I left with a smile on my face as I floored it to get to the gym. So remember, when your day doesn't start off right, others might not have either. Doing something nice for someone else is the quickest way to change your attitude and grace bomb yourself! PS. This also works for spouses 😉. #Igracebombedmyself #doublegracebomb"
"Our kids are loving this movement, we're teaching them to be finders. Find someone who's working hard, or maybe someone who looks down on their luck and surprise them with a gift of love. So, while taking a snack break at Chick-Fil-A, waiting on another child to finish his activity. Our daughter spotted the worker who's responsible for wiping down the tables. She asked if she could grace bomb her. So we gave her the $15 Visa Gift card and a grace bomb card. The worker was shocked, but better yet was the look on our daughters face when she realized she made someone's day; it's a lovely way to teach them that tangibly it's better to give than to receive."