Jenna What's Good?!
At the Fourth of July parade in Arlington, Texas, an honor guard member from the Arlington Police Department had an untied shoe. Luckily for him, a 10-year-old boy was looking out and ran over to tie it for him in the middle of the parade.
The act of kindness was captured by Wendy Collins Smith, who snapped a photo of the child, identified as Josh, as he was tying the shoe. She posted the image on Facebook and the photo was also tweeted by Arlington Police Chief Will Johnson, who writes: “Thank you Josh! We should all be so kind!” And this is a reminder that even doing something kind, this small is still HUGE in this not always so kind world. Josh, that's what's good!