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Worcester, MA
United States

I go outside with my dog Tuffy to enjoy nature in my own back yard. I reached out to an elderly family to see if I could help with anything. I send my nieces and nephews cards in the mail. Now that I'm easing my way back to work little by little, I wear my mask, sanitize my work space before and after work, and use hand sanitizer. #flattenthecurve

I have learned to see my family members more often. I've learned how communities can come together, and unfortunately, how communities fall apart. I've learned there are a lot more that needs to be done.


Holden, MA
United States
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My most memorable good deed goes back to when I was in high school. I found a wallet full of money and credit cards on the street. I walked to the address stated on the license, and returned the wallet. Good deeds make your heart feel full. I continue to perform good deeds not only to make myself feel warm and fuzzy, but more importantly, to make the other person feel warm and fuzzy. Put positive energy into the universe. That's what it is all about...
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