I met a person randomly today. I ran and saw him running and said "do you want to run a half marathon." He said he couldn't today but took my email to memory. He emailed later and we are schedule a time for next week.
I saw 2 squirrels, one chasing the other.
I stopped at a red light while running and spoke to a man. He said he was strong for 72. I said "looking good" and we exchanged smiles. Later in my run I saw the man again, waiting at a different bus stop. We exchanged hellos and smiles again.
In the library a man walked in, saw a Pride flag hanging and said "i'm never going in here again" and walked out. One of the staff sensationalized the experience and went around telling others. I asked if he was a young man and said young men don't have many examples to lead them away from homophobic socialization.
On my run a police officer stopped a black man. As the officer approached the car the first words he said were hello sir is this your car? I stood from afar and watched the entire exchange. The man gave the cop paperwork and after about 5min the cop left. At this time a woman pulled up in her car and went to the man's car to ask if he was ok. This woman's actions gave me the courage to do the same and I walked over I told him I was standing there watching.