Sunday, November 4, 2012

44 Acts of Kindness: Part 5

From Julianne in Frisco:

"30 blue slushes for our Solar Blue team and siblings.  Told everyone on the sidelines about Steve and your family!"


From Melissa in Helotes:

"Just got back from doing a Diaper Drop at B&N, Old Navy, Jo-Ann Fabric & Craft, and Kohls!  We packaged diapers and the 44 Acts note for Moms and babies. I know how Steve got all mushy about babies!"


The middle-schoolers who I teach in Sunday school wrote notes for church members and left them on windshields.

They also helped clean up litter on the church playground and the nearby pond at Peters Colony and Josey in Carrollton.

Thank you, Katherine, Peyton, Zach and Josh!


From Mel and Vera in Lubbock:

"The All Saints service at our church provided the opportunity to light a candle for Steve and other dear friends we've lost.
Vera and I followed that by serving communion.
After church we bought gift cards to a local restaurant and took them to Covenant Childrens Hospital. We attached the note about Steve and the 44 project (with a slight alteration to note his connection to Tech and children's hospitals). We asked the charge nurse to give the cards to random parents who might need a break from their child's hospital room. As we were leaving I heard him say, "God bless you." I do believe He already has.
Sitting here now waiting for another opportunity to arise.

Thanks for inviting us to participate."


From Mary in Bedford:

"Just donated to the Red Cross for the Hurricane Sandy victims. On the prowl for another opportunity to participate."


From Cassie in Anna:

"A friend's daughter voted for the Presidential election for the first time the other day she was disappointed she didn't get a sticker. I voted Thursday and asked for a sticker and dropped it off for her today."


From Kalvin in Plano:

"The kids helped us pack several boxes of household items, and we delivered them to the local Cancer Federation collection site. This non-profit organization provides information, counseling, and educational materials for cancer patients and their families.  A timely lesson, some good exercise, and a great cause!"

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