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New Good Deed

Blanket the homeless

I went to 12 Avenue and Madison today at 6:30 AM to give blankets that were collected by Odyssey preparatory Academy and was able to give the homeless on the street blankets to keep them warm for the holidays. Church on the street invited us.

Bright Christmas

We gave a family a Christmas tree and decorations for the tree, because they couldn't afford one this year.

Blanketing the Homeless for the Holidays

Odyssey Preparatory Academy, Buckeye has donated 44 blankets to help us spread kindness this holiday!

Blanketing the homeless

Odyssey Preparatory Academy, Goodyear has donated about 70 blankets to help us Blanket The Homeless for the Holidays!


The woman ahead of me was short on money towards what she purchasing, so I paid the remainder.


Went to the cowboy cafe for dinner tonight and purchased the 6 buckeye firefighters dinner as well.

pay it forward

Purchased the car behind me Starbucks order

Help a friend

I Shared an inspirational CD with a friend who has cancer. She has a serious procedure coming up, but she will conquer this...I just know it.

Lonely Dinner

Bought an older truck driver dinner at the truck stop the other nigh.

Kind thought from employeee

I took my 3 boys to Dave & Busters to have some fun after a hard quarter of school and a rough month on our family. My oldest son (12) recently had knee surgery and has to be in a wheelchair a lot, and on crutches when he wants to be more mobile. He has been in a bit of a bad mood lately, having been a very active boy. A manager at Dave & Busters noticed him having some trouble playing one of the games while trying to balance on his crutches. He gave him a full day, unlimited game pass. It was like giving my boys a bar of gold. They were ecstatic, and needless to say, we stayed and let them play games for 5 MORE HOURS! That really simple gesture made a world of difference to our whole family. Then when we left, he gave it away to another boy his age who looked like he wasn't able to play any of the games. Good deeds really do spread!!! Pass it on.