Introducing Secret Agent L

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Secret Agent L

Secret Agent L

In my last post, I mentioned that I had begun a Google Alert on Random Acts of Kindness. Last week, I learned about “Secret Agent L” a women in Pittsburgh who after helping a cross country friend celebrate her birthday by performing an act of kindness was bitten by the “giving” bug.

She began a website and got a bit of a buzz on a few other blogs around the country. L and her army of other affiliated agents leave small gifts usually $5 or less in public places with notes attached, explaining that the found object is a gift from Secret Agent L.

“I love the idea of doing it anonymously because it’s so important that I don’t want to focus on myself,” Secret Agent L says. ”

Check out her website maybe you can become a secret agent yourself!

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