View Full Version : one good thing you have done
09-04-2001, 01:12 AM
i would also like to hear of any things that are more positive also.
for instance- i had a tenant that was old and was always falling so i had to go and pick her up and get her to her chair, so the nice thing was i bought her a whistle so i would know when she had fallen.
09-04-2001, 01:31 AM
not kill you!
09-04-2001, 12:30 PM
i was driving through the residentual (sp?) part of town and i saw a old man walking and i waved at him,
then i looked back in the mirror and he fell flat on his face. i went back to help him up and he busted his head hard, but i helped him get home.
man i feel like a good guy now
and rcboy110 don't post if its not relevant to the question.
09-04-2001, 02:08 PM
geez man calm down i didnt think you would take it that hard i was j/p. if it makes you feel any better a good thing that i have done is help my old next dorrn neighbor mow her lawn hes is 69 years old and i saw her strugling to start the engin so i went over there and took over and for at least a year and a half now ive been mowing her lawn for free. it maw not sound like much but hey its a good thing.
09-23-2001, 06:50 PM
avoid hitting a squirel.
09-24-2001, 09:25 AM
This made me feel great. Several of my friends at work and me decided to save money through the year. We pitched in a little every payday through the year and put it in a savings account. When Christmas came we got together with the captain of the local Salvation Army and found a needy family. We did not want to just turn over a lump of cash to them so we interviewed them and found out what their needs were. We bought a few toys for the kids, new gloves, hats, scarfs, shoes, and boots. We bought food for a Christmas dinner that they picked. We had asked them what they liked to eat at Christmas dinner. Then we bought food that would last. Food like caned goods and stuff that could be frozen and stored. We gave them enough food to last a few months. We figured that would get them through the winter while heating bills are higher. This took a litlte bit of effort but there is no way to describe the feeling each of us had after we had done this. It was way better than great. And best of all we knew that 100% of our effort went to exactly what we intended it to be used for. :) :) :)
09-24-2001, 12:15 PM
This one time, I was driving around in the Corolla and I swerved to miss a dog. I'm very sorry to report that I hit a toad when I swerved, though. Acting from instinct, the main reason I swerved was that the car probably wouldn't hold up to the impact of a dog very well...
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