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Blues Lover Stereotypes Redefined

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Worcester, MA
United States

I prefer to keep it private, but do want to encourage everyone to lend a hand and be kind to others. Seamos justos y saquemos las ideas preconcebidas de nuestra cabeza... let’s be just and let’s get rid of our prejudices. Have passion for compassion.

I have autoimmune small fiber-neuropathy. Every month I visit the hospital for infusions for 3 days, and every month I worry about being exposed to the virus. Wearing a mask and keeping social distancing keeps me safe, and you too. We’re in this together. This isn’t a violation of your rights;...more...


St. Paul, MN
United States

Recently arranged a virtual college reunion for a group of friends I first met while studying abroad in Germany. It was wonderful to see old friends reconnect!

I'm spending my time physical distancing by working, reading, keeping in touch with family and friends, cooking for my wife and me, and daily walks.


Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Good deeds can stem from holding a door to picking up trash. As a retired New York City science teacher I tried each day to bring excitement of learning to my students. Often this took great patience and empathy. I sincerely hope that I instilled possibilities for their future in their hearts and minds. A compliment can instill confidence. It is a very simple good deed with immense power.
Why are you participating?: 

I participated on a very hot day in Worcester, Massachusetts. I was with my six year old granddaughter and wanted her to not feel shy so I decided to jump right in when asked. The word evil was interesting. I wasn't sure what it was all about and was curious. What the hell!

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