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I was on the beach at Pea Island Wildlife Refuge when I saw this couple examine then pick up the flip Flops left at the crosswalk. Below is the e-mail message we received from Andrea.
"A funny thing happened on the way to the beach. My husband and I were on vacation in Corolla, NC. We decided to take a ride to the Lighthouse at Hatteras. Along the way we decided to stop along Pea Island Wildlife Refuge and look at the beach. I did not have shoes on. As I was walking barefoot back to the car, I happened upon a pair of flip flops with a message attached. These flip flops were my size. I wore them the whole day. There was a saying on the shoe " Don't Sweat the Small Stuff" and I didnt.So thank you. "
FLIP FLOP DROP
This blog is dedicated to the random act of kindness to "drop your flops" somewhere that a passerby will notice and adopt. All you need to do is alter or embellish a pair of flip flops, tag them with links to this blog, drop them off somewhere in public and watch the magic happen! This is an ongoing project that will bring lots of smiles and joy to young and old!
Wednesday, July 28, 2010
Monday, July 26, 2010
During a wonderful vacation week with family and friends at the beach on the Outer Banks of North Carolina, a few pair of flops were dropped.
This first one was at the Food Lion in Avon, NC
And this pair at a beach crossover in Pea Island Wildlife refuge. They have tags reading "Don't sweat the small stuff"
These were left on the fence of an old cemetary. It is near a Civil War memorial on the Sound side of Hatteras Island