I had such a nice day in NYC with my friend, Jenna, today. We had lunch, then saw an amazing show - Sondheim on Sondheim. As we were walking back to our car, the wind was crazy-blustery. In fact, it nearly blew over a stroller with a baby inside! My friend and I - along with other passersby - gathered around the mom, who was clearly upset, and her baby. Jenna and I, and a couple of women, held on to the stroller through the gusts of wind, while a guy chased the mother’s sunglasses that were blowing down the sidewalk. The mom was “blown away” by all the help. It was awesome to be a part of it. Since the wind had not let up, Jenna and I offered to walk the mom and her cute red-headed daughter to their apartment a few blocks away. We each kept a hand on the stroller, lifting it over curbs, holding the wind guard down so it wouldn’t set sail. During that walk, we learned that the cutie pie in the stroller’s name was Fiona and her mom learned that we were from Connecticut and had kids of our own. A nice connection. When we arrived at the doorway to their building, we wished each other a Happy Mother’s Day and said our good-byes. Then Jenna and I were on our way, with the wind at our backs and the satisfaction of kindness in the air!