Monthly Archives: January 2011

A cup of coffee – Day 188

I think I’m learning from One Good Deed. Because this is getting very meta. Many mornings I see the same man sitting on the corner of my block, always with a couple of bags or packages. Frankly, sometimes it’s hard … Continue reading

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Yellow mittens – Day 185

It was a slippery, slidy day on the streets, and everyone’s eyes were focused on their  own feet. Mine, too. But as I was scanning the slush and puddles at the corner, trying to pick the best route, I heard … Continue reading

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Halfway there – Day 183

Today marks the halfway point of my One Good Deed project, and as a special nod, I  thought I’d share a little something different. Last month, my friend Susan and I had a day on the town before the holidays. … Continue reading

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Erin gave a little lamb – Day 181

At a party before the holidays, my friend Connie said, “Everybody got a pair of goats this year.” Was she drunk? Did I mishear? And then just today, I found a pamphlet I had evidently forgotten about back in December: … Continue reading

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The Supernanny loves ONE GOOD DEED!

So exciting! Check out our Q & A on jofrost.com at http://jofrost.com/hot-topics/chin-wag/one-good-deed

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Girl Scout Cookies – Day 178

Anyone out there got somethin’ to say if I claim that buying six boxes of Girl Scout Thin Mint cookies from an adorable little girl named Ruby is a good deed? Anybody? OK, then. Good. Help teach a kid learn … Continue reading

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Free coffee! – Day 172

  It wasn’t a big deal. But it was nice. I was peckish, and doing errands, and all that was in my sights was a McDonalds. But they do have those scrumptious little wraps for a buck, so in I … Continue reading

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