Family gives free hugs to spread love in South Bend
SOUTH BEND, Ind.—A local family is looking to spread a little love, sharing free hugs outside of Four Winds on Sunday s folks left the South Bend Cubs game.
Kristine Kuroski and her kids Tryston and Haley have been doing random acts of kindness for the past two years, number 119 was their biggest one yet and Kuroski says it couldn’t have come at a better time.
“With everything that’s going on in our country, I just feel like it starts with one. And one person can be a ripple effect of change. Hopefully everyone we’re hugging today gets something from it and then they think of someone else and then they want to do something nice for them,” says Kuroski.
Kuroski and the kids gave out dozens of hugs.
“For all we know they were having a really bad day and we just made their day good again. So I just think it’s really cool that one person, one hug can just make someone’s day,” says Tryston.
Kuroski says she had a permanent smile on her face for the rest of the day, and it isn’t lost on her what her kids will gain from the experience.
“I want my kids to know you don’t have to have a lot but be willing to share what you do have and I thin k tis important because I may not always be here but I hope the memories we’re making doing these random acts of kindness last a life time and that they’re always thinking of others,” says Kuroski.
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