They are on a mission this brisk, winter morning to spread kindness through the valley.
"We're going to buy their grandma some roses," Brandi Lanier tells the florist at D&L Roses in Fresno with her five children behind her.
"Tell her why we're doing it," Brandi prompts one of her youngest daughters, Caitlin.
"We're doing it for kindness," answered Caitlin. "We're doing random acts of kindness," added Brandi.
And it didn't take long to see being kind is kind of infectious.
"This is on behalf of D&L," the florist said as Brandi was getting ready to pay for the roses.
"Oh thank you so much!" Brandi visibly excited about the kind act.
With the kindly donated flowers in hand, it was time for the special delivery.
"Thank you. You're going to make me cry," said Grandma Rose, surprised to see her family show up with a bunch of her favorite kind of flower.
"It's wonderful for them to learn to give back. They've been blessed and so to learn to give back to others is a good thing," said Grandma Rose Lanier.
Roses for Grandma Rose is just one of several ideas that fill a glass jar held by 12-year-old Madison Lanier with papers slips of kindness.
"We all sat at the table and took turns deciding what we were going to do," she said. "We just got a piece of paper and pen and just started putting them in there."
Clean a neighbor's yard, take a blanket to someone who is cold, let someone in front of you in line at school, take a dinner to someone who could use help, stop a kid from bullying, and find a dog a stray home are just some of the other ideas.
The Laniers are part of an international movement that was sparked by a tweet from NBC's Ann Curry following the school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary. She encouraged everyone to do acts of kindness honoring each victim.
And with that simple tweet a campaign was born. People worldwide have taken to Twitter and Facebook posting various ways they have been kind to others and, in many instances, inspiring more acts of kindness just as the Laniers did at the florist.
"It's just neat to see it go full circle and see it spreading and that's the whole point of it is to spread the kindness. To be a kinder people," said Brandi.
To be kinder in the wake of an horrific, unimaginable act when on December 14, 2012 26 people, including 20 children, were shot and killed by a lone gunman.
"Those parents didn't think that would happen to their children that day," holding back tears Brandi continued, "sorry I get a little emotional. It was devastating."
Brandi wanted to use this as a teaching moment for her own children so that the lives lost that day would not be in vain.
And so on this day, their acts of kindness continue.
"Knock, knock. Hello we're delivering a basket for the sickies," Brandi said as she knocked on the front door of her friend Angela Lucero's home to deliver a basket of goodies for the Lucero family home sick with the flu.
"Just for someone to take the time it just really means a lot. We just really appreciate it," said Angela.
"Air hugs!" Brandi yelled out as she and her family walked away from the Lucero home.
Kindness spread, lessons learned, and mission accomplished.
There is neither a website to visit nor rules to follow when taking part in 26 Acts of Kindness. You simply go out and do something nice for others.
People have been sharing their acts on Twitter with the hashtag 26acts. You can also share them on KSEE Sunrise Anchor Carina Corral's Facebook page. She’d love to hear your random acts of kindness.