A simple Facebook browse has Melissa Sutton buzzing.
"I thought I want to do that too," she said.
26 random acts of kindness. Yesterday, it was a 100 percent tip for breakfast at Denny's. Today, it's HyVee gift cards.
"What this says is thank you very much. You are number eleven on my list of 26 random acts of kindness. Please enjoy it and pay it forward when you can," Sutton said.
One particular HyVee employee caught Sutton's eye.
"I've been watching you and you've been doing such a good job. You're so nice to all of your customers. I wanted to give you that. It's just a little random act of kindness, and I hope you have a really good day."
Originally, Sutton wanted to complete the 26 random acts of kindness anonymously.
"But, if my telling you can get even five, six other people to do 26 random acts of kindness... Look at how many this adds up to. That Facebook page already has over 80,000 followers and if all of them are doing 26 acts think about what that does for the world," Sutton said.
And because of that, Sutton asks us all - what are we waiting for?
"It does not have to cost money. It does not have to be this grand gesture. Anything little could really make a difference in somebody's life, and you just don't know until you do it."