Pay It Forward

22 Jul

Has anyone seen that movie? It is pretty good. A little on the older side, but good. Ever since I saw it I have wanted to do something good for someone, but then you get wrapped up in your own life, you know? Or if you are like me, you are traveling with two whiny short people and you can’t even concentrate on doing something so amazing.

Well, I have decided to do it at my next opportunty. I got the idea from her and she got it from her. I will let you know how it turns out. And if you should decide to do it, leave comments and let us all know!

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2 Responses to “Pay It Forward”

  1. Jan August 1, 2008 at 8:21 am #

    I think Random Acts of Kindness is similar to Pay it Forward at any rate both are great things to do. Finding someone who needs help like buying a bag of groceries, picking up school supplies for kids that can’t get them, taking groceries to the towmship pantry to supply others needs or taking good used clothes to the same place or taking them to the VA or Good Will to help others to find a job there. These are things we can do without needing to have thanks and being grateful that we are able to help.

  2. dmwright August 1, 2008 at 9:16 am #

    Of course we always do things like that for Christmas or as an opportunity arises. Curves always has a food drive, a school supply drive, a Toys for Tots drive. I am always doing these types of things. It’s the every day people that maybe don’t “need” anything but to be touched by another’s kindness that I wanted to reach out to with this concept. And from being “touched”, hopefully they will “touch” another.

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