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I made handmade gifts for the workers at our local animal shelter who do so much for the animals in our county -- bath oils, bubble bath, lotions and a jar of apple pie moonshine for the director. She loved it!
Hayden is in Kindergarten. We found out a neighbor down the street is an elderly woman in her late 80's and lives alone. Since finding out, Hayden makes sure she has enough time to grab her paper and take it up to her door so she doesn't have to walk out in her driveway in the cold.
I gave the man at the toll booth today a twenty, and asked him to have it pay for the people behind me. Two of the cars passed me on the highway and gave me huge smiles and waves. :) Maybe they'll do the same or similar for someone else one day.
I wrote a bunch of encouraging messages on sticky notes and stuck them in random places like a car wash, public bathroom, vending machine, etc. it's feels wonderful to know that you made a stranger smile who may have really needed one.:)
Brought in food for the first residents at the shelter I work for.
Giving moral support to a dieting friend...by not only being there for them...but also on board for weight loss.
Our Sunday School teacher needed an extra for the summer because the other one got very ill. I volunteered to help out as much as they need me. It's so rewarding. They are grateful and the children are wonderful!
My good deeds actually my soon to be 3year old daughters. She purchased two dozen roses and randomly handed them out around town. A police officer on duty, fire fighters, librarians, a hot dog vendor, kids, adults, men, women, a postal worker, she had a blast as everyone stopped to smile and say thanks. See, my daughter is non-verbal, so gestures are all she knows. She is so beautiful and so special.
I keep a case of granola bars in my car to give homeless people handfuls of. The other day one man looked at me and said, than you so much, god bless you, i'm so hungry, as I handed him a handful of granola bars
I pick up trash on my hikesI leave postage stamps at the post office
Today I started a "No Wasted Change" jar. I will collect all my change at the end of every day for the rest of the year. At the end of the year I will donate all my change to a needy family around Christmas time!
Blogged & spread news about my generous friend Vance Major The vMan who's in need of help for once in his life. I'm asking fellow "American Santas" to make Christmas giving year round by helping him like he's helped SO MANY others! :) http://capblackhood.blogspot.com/2013/01/american-santas-lets-help-vance-major.html #tcot