As Simple Little Wave


Yesterday as I was driving into work, in my new Kia Soul, I saw another Kia Soul at a stop light. As I waited for the light to give a green arrow to turn left, I was admiring how nice the other Soul was. The light turns green and I make my way around the turn, when I look into the other Kia Soul to a big smile and a giant wave from the driver. It was just heart warming and truly just made my day, because of the simple fact that other Soul owners sometimes notice others with a big wave and smile.

This wasn’t the first time a Soul owner got excited to see me driving another Soul. In fact this was probably the third time, since the car was bought in August.  When I see a giant smile and wave-like there was yesterday morning that just makes me very happy.

Now, why did I tell this story? To promote Kia? No, Kia has nothing to do with this blog. (Though if they want to be, I would gladly talk to them).  Today’s blog is about the small gesture of a wave and a smile. How far can that little wave and smile go for you? Do this person realize that she kicked start my Monday, plus the rest of my week? By just a simple smile and a wave? Probably not, but the fact of the matter is she did!

Think of this little story next time you are out walking your dog or you child to the bus stop. You see your neighbor outside, give them a big wave hello and a smile. Tell them to have a great day. Something that small can hold a giant ripple effect onto the world. They may in turn get a boost of energy to turn around to do the same thing and continue to spread the happiness.

Small little things like a wave and smile can do so much. Never forget that and always enjoy the small things. They make the world go round.
Being kind to your society is key in this Savage World; that you are no longer just living in, but beginning to own!


About J F Savage
James Savage is a young business owner in the city of Lexington, Kentucky. In 2006, James earned his bachelor's degree in Communications from the University of Cincinnati. Two days after he graduated, James moved down to Lexington, KY as a business partner for Savage Syndications. Here we are years later and James is becoming a force in the business world. He is now CFO and partner of the company. Not many can do what he can do with list building and client relations. Also James was married to college sweet heart Alyssa in August 2008. The happy couple is working hard on making the house perfect and making sure the two puppies are always happy.

6 Responses to As Simple Little Wave

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    • J F Savage says:

      Thanks for the comments and the request, let me work on that. Hopefully can have that up for you soon. Thanks again for reading and sharing your thoughts.

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