The Mesa County Sheriff's Office has decided to pay it forward yet again. This time Operation Random Act of Kindness took place at McDonald's.

The Mesa County Sheriff's Office seems like they've got a new operation at hand, and it's Operation Random Act of Kindness. With stealth and a good heart, they found the next target for their operation at a McDonald's in Grand Junction.

Once they spotted their target behind them, it was time to strike. They used precision and kindness to execute their random act of kindness, which ensued their target getting 'all of the feels.'

Basically, the Mesa County Sheriff's Office decided to pay it forward by paying for a random person's breakfast at McDonald's near 32 Road in Grand Junction.

Marie Vawter Leslie posted the above picture on Facebook and her caption was:

That Sheriff paid for my breakfast (crying emoji) #allthefeels #thankyoumaninblue

The Mesa County Sheriff's Office then shared her post on their Facebook, stating that they're glad they could brighten someone's day. This isn't the first time the Mesa County Sheriff's Office has executed Operation Random Act of Kindness.

Back in August, a Mesa County Sheriff's Deputy paid for a random woman's meal at a Qdoba without saying a word. This moved and inspired the woman so much, that she decided to pay it forward too. It's nice to see how big the impact of a small, kind gesture can really be.