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Random Acts Of Kindness
12/7/2010 9:24:54 PM - Robbi - Minnesota
I made 20 Christmas cards for soldiers families for the Yellow ribbon campaign dinner
12/7/2010 5:03:08 PM. - NICOLE - SC
Once I was watching tv and thought kids w/ cancer cant do all the things I can do so I started a funraiser. I sold cards and just held up a sign. People were so kind. One laidy had cancer and that made me happy and sad that she donated. Now I justed counted up the money and the total was $194. I was so happy. I donated $17 and my mom donated $12 and now I have an amount of $200. God Bless you, Nicole
12/8/2010 10:45:36 AM. - sydney - ma
WOW THATS NICE
12/8/2010 3:21:24 PM. - Nicole - sc
Thanks so so much for commentting!
12/13/2010 5:34:02 PM - lily - florida
12/7/2010 2:06:39 PM - taty - united states
in my class i am the smartest so i help out my other classmates
12/7/2010 4:19:37 PM - mo - us
thats great but everybody is smart in their own ways!
12/13/2010 5:35:06 PM - lily - fl
i stink atmath.ha.:(
12/7/2010 12:19:45 PM - Mike - England! England! England!
I donated ?25 to Oxfam, followed by ?40 to Children in Need then a further ?30 to sport relief, ?10 to Comic Relief and ?5 for the NSPCC
12/7/2010 2:07:48 PM - taty - united states
thats very kind
12/7/2010 4:55:36 PM. - NICOLE - SC
Wow thats so so cool! :) keep up yhe good work!
12/8/2010 10:47:35 AM. - sydney - ma
THATS REAL NICE BUT WHERE DID YOU GET A GOAT
12/7/2010 11:12:50 AM - tajmahal - Topeka
I was at church the Sunday before last, and my little old lady friend stuck something in my pocket in the midst of standing and sitting. I went to the store after church, reached in my pocket and found a $100 bill in it.
12/7/2010 5:11:44 PM - lizzie - madison
thats very nice of her to do.
12/8/2010 10:49:30 AM. - sydney - ma
12/7/2010 10:39:42 AM - Hayley - United States
The other day, I was in the city. I was eating lunch in the park, and suddenly I saw a lady in need. She didn't look very healthy, or like she had much money. Since I hadn't started on my lunch yet, I gave it to her. And a hug. You never know when YOU might be in somebody's shoes like this. Always help.
12/8/2010 10:50:15 AM. - sydney - ma
WOW THATS SOOO NICE U ROCK MERRY CHRISTMAS
12/8/2010 12:48:32 PM - Ashleigh - New York
Merry Christmas U rock
12/7/2010 8:33:05 AM. - JENELL - PLANO TEXAS
FOR THE PAST 3 YEARS I HAVE BEEN GIVEN WHAT I CALL A JOY BOX TO A HOMLESS PERSON THIS YEAR I AM GOING TO DO 2 ONE FOR A MALE AND ONE FOR A LADY I ONLY HAVE A 14 HRS A WEEK JOB AND IT PAYS $7.50 HR BUT I KNOW THAT MY FATHER IN HEAVEN WILL PROVIDE HE SAID HE WOOD.I AM GOING TO WALK BY FAITH IN DO IT. AMEN
12/8/2010 2:03:38 AM. - LU - WOODLAND, MAINE USA
God bless you Jenell. Hjs payback might not be in money. but I bet it will be more than $7.50 an hour. God is GOOD.
12/8/2010 12:50:00 PM - Ashleigh - New York
Bless you Jenell. Bless you
12/7/2010 5:20:31 AM - Lynn - Philadelphia PA
Last night while walking in the frigid cold, my daughter Kim, came upon a dog. He was obviously old and lost. She brought him into our car to warm him. He seemed to appreciate the comfort. He had an ID tag which had a phone number for his microchip. After several attempts she finally got through to the company. It took quite a while. The chip company would only give the owners' name. The owner was not answering his phone and it was getting late. We went home and looked for the name in the phone book hoping he was listed. Imagine our surprise when we discovered the dog, "Buddy" belonged to a neighbor right across the street! All the time we lived here we had never met this man. We waited in the cold, at his door and he soon came up the walk with a leash in his hand. He was so happy we had found and taken care of his Buddy of 14 years! My daughter not only comforted an old dog, she was responsible for the happy reunion.
12/8/2010 7:07:47 AM - dude - new york
today i helped my sister
12/6/2010 7:41:52 PM. - SpecialK - SNOWY NE OHIO
I was standing in line at the grocery checkout, self-serve lane. There was a young Father with his two sons behind me. One of the boys had grabbed a bag of candy, and I heard the dad say they could not afford to get that right now...he put the bag to the side...and started to check his items, while I was finishing packing mine up. I could tell they didn't have much, he didn't have many groceries either....so I grabbed the bag of candy, took it to the head check out person overseeing the self-serve isles and told her I wanted to buy it, as well as pay for all his groceries. She went up, checked him out, handed him the bag of candy...told him his groceries (including the bag of candy) had all been paid for, and wished him a Merry Christmas from me...I just smiled at them and walked away...
12/7/2010 4:07:36 PM - katelynn - vancleave,mississippi
that is so sweet
12/2/2011 6:08:11 AM - puddin - los angeles,ca
thank God for people like you!
12/6/2010 7:06:34 PM - Amy - Reno, NV
i helped out an old pound
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