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By Do The Deed on October 8, 2014 0 comments


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Let’s take a few minutes out of our daily lives and help me to fulfill a birthday wish for my sister.

Teresa has lived with cerebral palsy her entire life, and, was also diagnosed with lupus some years ago. She is mostly wheelchair bound these days, but continues to enjoy watching and feeding the hummingbirds, growing flowers, playing with her dog, and doing some painting.

I have tried to imagine my life as hers, in that she has never been able to walk on her own, without some type of assistance — usually with the help of my Mom. She lives at home with my parents, is their only daughter, and the oldest of my siblings. (There were 5 boys that came along after her.)

Despite this, Teresa seems to enjoy life overall, and has always tried to make the best of a tough situation, She enjoys the things that so many of us take for granted. Probably due to her disability, she has learned patience, and a real understanding of accepting the bad things in life, and making the best of it.

Teresa has never failed to send out cards to family and friends for birthdays, holidays, or for just no reason, other than wanting to do something nice for others, so, it is with this reason, and, because I love her, that I am asking you to send her a card for her birthday, so, that she will feel special, and appreciated. I would like it if her mailbox runs over with cards this year.

Teresa is my hero, and sets an example of kindness and strength. Please help me, by sending birthdays wishes to her — only cards that are in good taste — to make her day a bit brighter.

Teresa turned 58 years old on July 5, 2012. Even though they may be late, cards will be much appreciated. I am hoping for 500 cards to be mailed to her via the U S Postal Service.

Send cards to: Teresa Scott, 235 Fairview School Lane, Gainesboro, TN. 38562

Thank you,
Harold Scott

By Harold Scott on July 24, 2012 2 comments


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Great ideas of kindness:

http://tinyurl.com/77rclrh

By Carol on May 25, 2012 5 comments


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Often when people see other people on the side of the road with car trouble, they give it to someone else to take care of, and simply continue driving. Next time you see someone in need, stop next to them and roll down your window and ask if they need help, or pull up behind them or in front of them.

By Sam on May 7, 2012 6 comments


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Help patients who don’t have the ability of moving

By My hoa on May 7, 2012 1 comment


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By HollieJade on May 4, 2012 1 comment


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Nice gal let me in line at the drive thru. I bought her breakfast.

By Garrett on April 24, 2012 1 comment


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What a great way to start the day! A coworker offered to pick up a coffee for me on her way to work. Vanilla latte, baby! But the deed didn’t stop there. When she got to the front of the line, she had a nice little surprise. The person in front of her had paid for our drinks. I love those chains-of-deeds.

By Elizabeth on April 10, 2012 2 comments


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Such simple but sweet acts of kindness.

http://www.peaceandprojects.com/blog/2012/04/thoughtfulness-2/

By Carol on April 5, 2012 0 comments


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Someone did the deed for me. A subscription to Whole Living (one of my favorites) arrived this week. I don’t know who you are (yet) but thank you so much. I have already delved into my first issue and look forward to the upcoming ones. Deeds are always sweet but even more so when they are surprise ;)

By Carol on April 4, 2012 1 comment


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-Make someone’s morning by flashing a smile and telling them to have a great day.
-Call your parents today and tell them you love them. :)
-Say something sweet to someone you love.

By jnguyen on April 4, 2012 1 comment


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With spring only five days away, I decided I would go through each room in my house, removing anything I honestly no longer need and donate items local charities. I have a few too many bags of clothes and blankets for the local DAV, change converted to cash for Inter-Faith Ministries, and canned goods for the food pantry at Positive Directions. A few more rooms, and a few more days leaves more possibility for giving. You have to love spring!

By Robert on March 16, 2012 0 comments


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Yesterday I cast my vote concerning the Ambassador Hotel downtown. My side didn’t win, the nays had it, but I’m glad I took the time to provide my opinion and today as I hear lots of people saying they should have voted, I have no regrets.

By Deanna Harms on February 29, 2012 0 comments


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Sometimes it’s as simple as holding open a door for a stranger. Not only did an older gentleman hold open a door for me, but he also offered an early morning compliment. He didn’t know it at the time, but he helped my morning get off to a great start.

By Rachel on February 29, 2012 0 comments


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I just had someone make my day! It was a thank you from the heart along with homemade treats. It doesn’t have to been complicated deed just a heartfelt one. Thank you!!!

By Carol on January 26, 2012 0 comments


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A family friend recently passed away and instead of sending a standard “I’m sorry for your loss” card to her children and husband, I took some time to write to them about a time when she came to my aid and how much that meant to me and how it was reflective on the person she was and good friend she was to me and my family.

By Robyn on December 20, 2010 0 comments


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This past Thursday I received the greatest Christmas present I could have ever given myself. I was waiting at the Grey Hound Bus Terminal to pick up a box of Frozen mice shipped from Dallas, TX, that I feed my eagles, hawks and owls at Eagle Valley Raptor Center. I was early and they were not open yet. As I was sitting in my van, with one of my little owls I had taken along for the ride, I looked up and there in the alley behind the Bus Building, there was what was obviously a homeless man around 70 years old, standing in the sun like he was trying to keep warm. He had a old torn jacket on, a pair of dirty pants that had one leg torn from the knees down to his shoes. You could see he had no socks on, and his legs were red and bluish and looked swollen. He had on a pair of tennis shoes that he didn’t have tied up. He had all of his belongings in plastic bags between his legs on the ground. When ever another person would walk by him he would lower his head and squeeze his belongings as if to protect them from beinging taken. When the bus terminal opened up, I went inside to get my package. As I was waiting, the man I was watching came inside and put his belongings on one of the benches. He reached in his pocket and pulled out some money and started counting it. He then walked up to the ticket counter. I got my box of mice and took it outside to my van. I had this man on my mind and wanted to find out what his situation was. I went back inside and sat down next to him and introduced myself. I asked him where he was headed and he said Salina to see his sister. He said they had a special where it was only $10.00 to get there. He was seeing his sister. I asked him if he had another pair of pants to wear and he said he didn’t. I then I asked him if he would go over to Gander Mountain with me to get some new pants and socks. He said he had some money, but he needed it for food and medicine and he was on social security. I loaded him and his belongings in my van. On the way there we talked and found out he was 79 years old, a retired military vet and his name was Richard. When we went into the store the employees immediately looked at him as he was dirty and smelled. I told the store manager about him and that he was with me and I was paying for everything. We found some nice insulated Carhart Bibs for him and some wool socks. I had Richard wear the bibs to the check out stand. We paid for everything, and I wanted to throw away his old pants, but he wanted to keep them. So I asked the clerk for an extra bag. He hadn’t put on his socks yet, so I asked him to sit in a chair at the entrance of the store and put on a pair. He was having a hard time getting them on. His feet were swollen and in very bad condition. I think it hurt for him to try and put on socks. So I got on my knees and helped him. As people were coming in the store, some of them passed by without looking and some even made faces. I felt like I was meant to do this for him and I didn’t care who saw me. When I was lacing his shoes up, he said to me “You know they have very competitve prices here” I about busted out laughing! After we got his socks on and shoes laced up, we went back to my van and I took him back to the bus terminal. When we got there, he seemed to walk really tall and proud as he went back to the ticket counter. When he came back to the bench to sit down, I told him he owed me for what I did for him. He had already thanked me, and asked what he owed me. I told him that if he ever saw someone that he was able to help in some way, I wanted him to pay it forward. He said he would and smiled. We said our goodbyes and said Merry Christmas and I left. Why I did this I do not know. I have never done something like this before, but it is now going to be a new Christmas Tradition. This whole thing took maybe an hour, but it has given me a life time of memories. As I drove home I had a big lump of happiness in my throat!

By Ken Lockwood on December 19, 2010 1 comment


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I spent time making Christmas cookies with my “little sister”. We threw on aprons, mixed up the ingredients and baked up some chocolate chip yumminess. You’d never know it was her first time cracking an egg.

By Carol on December 17, 2010 0 comments


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Videotaped my boss’s parents talking about what it was like to raise their creative wild child, Sonia. She now has a 26-minute video she prizes more than gold – and we have blackmail material for years to come;)

By Deanna Harms on December 13, 2010 0 comments


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Yesterday a co-workers car was hit on Kellogg in a hit and run. She was rattled and did not catch the plate number. A good citizen trailed the car, called in the plate and the driver was cited.

By Sonia Greteman on December 9, 2010 0 comments


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Thank you to the person who saw a “hit and run” accident today, followed the driver and phoned in the tag number to the police. If not for you, I’d be scrambling for a deductible right before the holidays.

I’m blessed not to be hurt and so thankful for whomever you are. May you be blessed.

By Ginny Walton on December 7, 2010 0 comments


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This is an activity to give back to the less fortunate such as Homeless and or Hobo’s by giving them a christmas card! This is to spread the love of christmas to people less fortunate.

By Haysville Middle School Yearbook on November 12, 2010 0 comments


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Recently, I heard Miss Kansas speaking to a group of students. She talked about helping others and doing a deed of kindness for someone else. I immediately thought of my neighbor’s daughter who has been sick for a couple of days. I was so inspired by the thought of how easy doing a deed was that I made some soup and took it to the little girl. Also, I brought her a tiara and an autographed picture of Miss Kansas. Her eyes lit up! I think it made her day and it definitely made mine!

By Tina on October 29, 2010 0 comments


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Leon was nice enough to switch quite a few of his late days so that I can attend class. Thanks Leon! I really appreciate it!

By Kim on October 18, 2010 0 comments


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We haev a co-worker that has decided to assist our team by taking upon a project that will ultimately help us all. I am very thankful for his volunteerism, and have awarded him the Do The deed flowers!

By Robin Gensler on October 11, 2010 0 comments


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