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Eagan, MN
United States

I've stayed home pretty much since the virus became a thing, helping to protect my household and others. Regarding essentials, we and a neighbor have checked in before grocery runs, and several times have picked up something for the other. We're all in this together!

As an introvert, I am trying to use this time at home to complete some long-delayed tasks to avoid the feeling of wasting my time. So far, so good!


Grafton, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I'm a Mama Dragon. I love my transgender son. I started a GSA at the school I taught in. Fourteen years later, my son started one in his middle school.
Why are you participating?: 

Many people think that people of faith are homophobic, transphobic, exclusive, hateful. Nothing could be further from the truth.


Lilydale, MN
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I just lost a job I loved in Cambridge MA. Moving meant downsizing - a lot. Dawn was an assistant manager at my local laundromat. We spent a lot of time talking on those Saturday laundry days. I found out she had a tough life and very little of her own that wasn't from a Thrift Store or 3-hand. I asked her if she could stop by my apartment one day after her shift. I then gave her the entire contents of my kitchen: dishes, flatware, cooking utensils, you name it. We both cried like babies and it was a beautiful moment in an otherwise bittersweet time.
Why are you participating?: 

Everyone has a grand capacity for good!

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