Monthly Archives: December 2010

Be an Angel – Day 160

Kickstarter. What an incredible idea! I’m so in love with this concept I hardly know where to start. I just heard about Kickstarter a couple of weeks ago, when I got an e-mail from my friend Jesse. I knew he’d … Continue reading

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The Well-Oiled Machine – Day 155

This is my Christmas Day entry — hence the mention of the upcoming blizzard! “The house looks so beautiful!” “You’ve outdone yourself yet again!” “It’s so great that you do this.” These are just some of the things my extremely … Continue reading

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Day 151 – Righting the Register Wrong

I was chatting up the guy at the cash register, so I figure it was partly my fault anyway. And I rarely look at a receipt, but I’d only purchased a few items and it looked short to me. Sure … Continue reading

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$14.11 – Day 146

My ONE GOOD DEED quest has a certain path to follow: to show that there are a lot of wrongs that need righting, people that deserve more or need a hand, tiny things that can be done to make life … Continue reading

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The Free Ticket – Day 145

Let me tell you what I hate. I hate sitting next to people. I believe the best reason in the world to have a significant other, besides having help to move furniture, is that you have someone you like in … Continue reading

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The Free Breakfast – Day 139

  I guess this is one of those good deeds where everybody wins, but frankly, I feel like I’m getting a free lunch – or in this case, breakfast. The whole set-up is sweet and sort of funny. My friend … Continue reading

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The Coat Drive – Day 138

I’ve been trying to find the perfect winter coat. To give away, that is. An organization here in New York hosts an annual coat drive for the homeless every year, though I’m sure there’s something like it in everyone’s hometown: … Continue reading

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