If you spot a mini bouquet of flowers, they might be for you!
MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) --- A Madison woman is on a mission to spread kindness, one bouquet at a time.
Danika Laine Brubaker is founder of the project, "For The One Who Finds Me."
Brubaker started the project two years ago, placing a tiny flower bouquet in random public spaces.
She left the first one on the front step of her apartment building, then ran some errands.
By the time she got back someone tagged it on Instagram stating, 'this made my day!"
Since then the idea has caught on across the globe. Brubaker says people from North Carolina, New York and even Ireland have reached out looking to keep the movement going.
"It creates this conversation that we can commit a random act of kindness anytime. Maybe it's letting someone go ahead of you in line, making eye contact with a stranger and smiling, feeding a parking meter," said Brubaker.
Brubaker is holding workshops at area libraries where adults and children can make these mini bouquets together.
Whole Foods donates bunches of flowers, the library donates vases and Brubaker brings tags reading 'If you find this, it's for you!'
If you would like to participate there are two workshops being held on April 29th.
- 10:30 am - 12:00 pm at Hawthorne Library
- 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm at Alicia Ashman Library
Copyright 2017: WMTV