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Do good. I herd that.

Badallthetime 
Before I begin, does anyone have any suggestions for getting a dog to stop effing HERDING you? I always said I never wanted any of those annoying herding dogs, and then who went out and got herself a shepHERD mix? What did I think the HERD stood for in that scenario?

Every time I walk down the hallway, he pulls at my pant leg or nips at my ankle, and I'm all, You know, I got down the hallway just fine before you got here. I actually know just where I'm going. Thanks.

So if anyone has any tips other than rushing him straight to the pound, I would appreciate it.

The part where he's tearing up a pillow and foaming at the mouth is beside the point.

Anyway. I finally paired us all up to do our good deeds. This is the person to whom you are accountable, so between now and December 25, your new partner will be desperately searching my comments, tears in his or her eyes, looking for your good deed to make this holiday complete. But no pressure.

Please be certain that you find your name. For example, Outkast Lee, did you sign up twice, or are there really two Outkast Lees out there? I only wrote down one in my matchups. Also, there are, as you all know, 104853053 Lauries who read me, so I tried to say which Laurie or whoever based on anything else you may have said about yourself in your signature.

If you are unsure it is you, please go back to my good deeds post and check your "I'm in!" comment. The person you are assigned to should be right above or below your comment.

And remember, your good deed can be little or big. Take a new blanket to every pet at your local shelter, or just tell some lonely-looking person you like their hat. Whichever. It just has to be nice.

Without further ado, here is the list:

Culpepper-June

Sleeping Beauty-Lee

Lynn-Outkast Lee

Duffylou-Elizabeth

Mother-Laurie S. (in Nashville)

Anita-Sadie

Kim in Columbus-Jan

Linda in CO-Laurie

Jeni-Misti

Jessica-Crissy

Joy w/a Chi-LisaPie

Paula H&B-Texas kari

KR-Summer

Nettie-Lisa

Tammi V.V.-you know who I am

Lindsey-twelvedaysold

Susan-Mary

Queen Stella-Nithya

The Furry Godmother-Carole

Hulk-Vicki

Peace-LauraL

B-Carrie

Jill Munroe-Cyndi

DB in MD-Fawn Amber

Amara-Dawn in Austin

M-Juice

Lisa in Fla-Cosmo’s Dad

Angie-original Joann

Melissa-Fay

Erin-Tee

PJ-Siren

Dee Dee-Amy G.

Kellye-Ashley

Gussica-Stephanie D

Morgan-Lisa who wants Uggs even tho she lives in TX

Sugar Mommy-Mrs. Oh

Target Steve-Letha

Susan-The Other Erin

Aunt Tettie-Jessica

Cristy-dlou

Annie-Tiffaney

Kelly-ANA

Kirby-Joanie

nancy-Lindy

JB-kd

Please check it carefully before you go telling me you aren't on there. If you email me that you aren't on there and you are, I am sending Edsel to herd you for a month.

Okay! Go off with you! Be good!

87 thoughts on “Do good. I herd that.

  1. Hi Sadie,
    The weather in France is pretty cold at the moment, but I’m lucky enough to live in the South on the border with Italy and we’ve got sunshine and blue skies at the moment.
    Happy good deeding!

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  2. Hey Furry GM!
    Does it count that I did all my sister’s Christmas shopping for her because she can’t drive due to knee replacement? (She refuses to shop online) …..but I’m not done yet! stay tuned!

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  3. Lauri S. from Nashville, I am impressed with your kindness. I have not as yet done my good deed, but I am being alert and present to any situation which may present intself as a chance to do a good deed. I’ll let you know as soon as I do something nice. Oh, I just remembered that I bought 25 hats today to hand out to clients at our free clinic. That’s my first good deed. Keep in touch.

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  4. Jill Monroe! Here are my planned good deeds thus far!
    – Making and bringing dinner to a dear friend who just had baby #2
    -taking my daughter’s preemie outfits that she didn’t get a chance to wear (therefore they are still new with tags) and making gift bags to donate to the NICU at the hospital where my little one was for 4 weeks.

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  5. Joy with a Chi,
    I am going out today to do one of my good deeds for you. There is a house I drive by every few days that is in an older neighborhood, a little run-down but not bad. Anyhoo, they put up lights and decorations every month. They are clever at finding ways to change them up and make them relevant to the time of year. I really appreciate driving by and seeing the little touch of cheer they try to put out.
    So I am going to leave them an anonymous thank you card with a gift card so they can replenish and get new stuff and a few dollars to help with the electric bill. I love the idea of leaving it anonymously and picturing in my head how they will react to knowing that their effort really does brighten others’ days when they drive by.

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  6. Thanks, Carole! How flattering.
    And Duffylou doesn’t have to do any good deeds. Hers is done. She left me the sweetest comment the other day. It left me teary eyed. And just when I needed it too. Love you, Duffylou!

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  7. PJ! If you are indeed my secret online fairy godmother, you probably already know that now I’m going completely crazy trying to figure out who you might be.
    Since social anxiety means my face-to-face interaction with strangers is totally non-existent, my one and only random good deed will doubtless take some online form. In the meantime I plan to work up to it with a series of not-so-bad deeds.
    So, PJ, my first not-so-bad deed is to not go through zillions of past comments to figure out who you are and then stalk the shit out of you. You’re welcome.
    Also I did not call my person-who-is-not-exactly-my-mother-type a “menopausal maniac” this morning even though she TOTALLY IS ONE. Does that count?
    Okay, fine. My REALLY not-so-bad deed was the other day I saw something that touched me in a personal way and even though I’m shy to reach out and it scared me half to death to do it, I wrote to the person to say thank you, and in order to thank her properly I had to sort of, you know, let the wall down a little or whatever. That totally counts as a not-so-bad deed because it really means a lot to a writer when someone comes along and says stuff like that. So there.
    I just scrolled up to make sure I wasn’t the only one leaving book-length comments. Phew.

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  8. Last night in the freezing cold I sat outside in the foreclosed neighbor’s yard. With no shoes on either. Anyways I spied more baby kittens the night before and I finally after 6 weeks of looking have located them. I could only see two kitties and one of them had the ‘Yodie’ eye: all crusted over and glued shut. Poor thing.
    After 2 hours I was able to coax out the Ray Charles kittie with some scrambled eggs – don’t ask… and I got her in our house.
    So good deed for me. Hubby is not happy I brought another kitty in the house. Kitty is somewhat happy as I have been medicating her eyes and this morning BOTH eyes are opening and looking much better.
    So anyone want a kitty? πŸ˜€

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  9. Anita, I’m in north Georgia wearing my thermal underwear, but I grew up in Florida. I feel sorry for you and your fellow Floridians because you don’t have the warm clothes for this crazy cold weather. If it helps, try to visualize a hot summer day at the beach.
    Vicki, how is the weather in France? I shouldn’t complain because we aren’t buried in snow and it is much warmer here than up North.

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  10. Want to share this with you all before I go off an drag out all my Christmas decorations. If you friend Home Depot on facebook you can get in on some special deals that are only offered there. Yesterday I got a 14 pack of paint samples for $4 and a grill tool set for $5. There was a tile saw and a cordless screwdriver too. Missed out on the 4 patio chairs for $10. You just need to keep hitting fresh because you never know when the offers will pop up. There you have it. Have fun being obsessed with hitting F5!

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  11. Hello, Other Erin!
    I sponsored an 8 year old boy for Christmas. He wanted a rip stik, which I had never heard of, but googled it. It’s an interesting-looking scateboard. I found it at Target and my husband and I bought him a lot of clothing and shoes as well.
    I’ll be on the lookout for yours!
    And, hello, everyone else! June, our corgi, Hunter, LOVES herding us, too. It’s insane. A typical scenario involves us all sitting on the couch. If my husband or I get up to get something, when the one who left returns, the dog goes into full shepherd mode — the returning person is “invading” the herd! It’s so bizarre. But we love him all the same as he has a winning smile like Edsel.

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  12. Hey, Duffylou – yes we are paired (or pared or peared) to go out and send goodness to our corners of the world – which is South Florida for me. I think I can find some places to be kind here.

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  13. PJ who secretly suspects she has been paired with her Goddaughter who is the one who taught her about this blog in the first place but probably doesn't read this blog everyday (but catches up when she can but might not have time to read the comments) and says:

    Merry Christmas, Siren, who will quit if she has to do more than one good deed this month. Don’t hold your breath waiting for mine because I have pledged to do something I would not usually do during the holiday season and that requires me to actually be alert for opportunities since I am so saintly that way that it might take a few days. Actually, it takes being alert and therein lies the rub.
    Also, it helps if I actually LEAVE the house and encounter other people. But stay alert! It will happen.

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  14. Good morning, Anita. My good deed for yesterday was donating to the family our neighborhood is sponsoring for Christmas.

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  15. Hello, Tiffaney! I didn’t see you in the comments, so I hope you’re out there…somewhere…:)
    I’ve done two good deeds since last week:
    A friend of mine just brought home her little baby from the NICU. He and his twin brother were due December 9, but were born September 27. The twin died three days after birth and the newborn had to stay in the hospital until last Tuesday. She has an older boy who just turned two and our family kept him for a few days here and there while she and her husband went down to the hospital to take care of the baby. When we got the news he was coming home, we ran over to their house and put up a big Welcome Home banner my kids decorated, gave them a gift card for a grocery store, and dinner for that night. It was all there waiting for them when they got home, so they could enjoy the evening at home with their sweet little family and not have to go out and worry about groceries and money and dinner and everything.
    The second thing I did was compliment the man at the window of Sonny’s BBQ. He had THE most pleasant speaking voice, soft and comforting, and when I got to the window he had the saddest expression on his face. I told him how nice his voice is and he smiled a big smile and said that’s the nicest thing anyone had said to him in a long, long time. He was obviously gay, and not the cool and stylish I’m popular with all the women gay, but the I get beat up daily gay. My heart was so sad for him.
    More to come!

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  16. I’m in tears reading what everyone is doing … so lovely … even the small things are awesome! Love you, June, for doing this!!

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  17. Yah Nettie! I was so afraid you weren’t going to show up and then HERE YOU ARE!
    Today’s a new day… I gotta come up with something good. I don’t think getting up to go to work actually counts. Although on payday it definitely feels like I’ve been donating my time…

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  18. Okay, Mother, I have so far made donations for 2 Angels from our church’s angel tree. Both kids got clothing – several outfits and shoes, as well as requested toys.
    I donate each time I go into a store with a Salvation Army bucket. One way only! πŸ™‚
    More to come!

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  19. YKWIA – yay! Nicely done RAKs. I’m a sucker for a homeless dog.

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  20. Yay Paula H&B! Thank you!!
    It’s amazing how much pizza can improve your outlook. I want to come to NY just for pizza! I hope your friend finds a job quickly. Not just a new job, but the perfect job!!
    My little friend is out of surgery and in recovery. Her doctors expect to have biopsy results and a plan of action for her parents by the end of the week. The prediction is a slow growing benign tumor, but not not not in a good spot. Is there such a thing as a good spot for a tumor in your preschooler’s head? sheesh.

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  21. Linda in CO, who loves Jan's idea of paying for the car behind her in the drivethru but never seems to have anyone in line behind me when I drive thru anywhere says:

    Hey, Laurie, Linda from CO here. Thanks for helping save the Earth. One of my small RAK goals this year is to always put something in the bellringers’ pot wherever I see them, and I’ve done that three times so far. I gave a bag of my kids’ used clothes to our school’s family liason (sp?), and two days later I saw two little girls wearing my girls’ outgrown jackets in the hall. More later.

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  22. Hi Erin,
    I’ve done a couple of thing since “I’m ined.”
    I took my neighbor some coated roasted pecans. Do you know how bad I wanted to keep all those?
    I was in Belk Saturday shopping and had several items waiting for me at the checkout counter. When I was ready to check out there were several people waiting for the cashier and even though my stuff was already there, but an older gentleman was there looking kind of out of place and the cashier asked who was next and I said the gentleman was next, so off she when to help him locate some thing in housewares.
    My husband and I passed two Salvation Army buckets Saturday and we made contributions to both of them. Good way to get rid of all that change. I don’t know how I end up with so many quarters in my little wallet.
    Today I gave my mom the third Christmas present I had for her. The last one being a polar fleece blanket for her bed because she has been cold and I don’t want her sleeping with her electric blanket on–it’s not good for you. I told her today I didn’t have anything for her to open on Christmas. I feel really bad about this.

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  23. Hi Elizabeth. I haven’t planned, ha, my Random Act of Kindness yet. Hopefully everyone does a RAoK every day when they go out of the house. I know I try.

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  24. Hi, Morgan!! I’ve already done a few good deeds while waiting for June to pair us up and every time I would do a good deed I would think to my self, “Does this one count or will I have to do another one?”
    Just kidding! So far I have helped an elderly lady get in the door of the Dollar General while pulling/pushing her shopping cart. I didn’t tell her they have them already inside the store. I guess her good deed was bringing it in from the parking lot.
    Oh, I also picked two angels off the angel tree at church and I bought a cute pair of Disney princess shoes and a pretend cell phone for one of my angels this evening. Because even underprivileged 3 year olds need pink shoes and a pretend cell phone.
    I’m still shopping for the other angel. She’s 11 and one of her wants is a $50 Wii game. Does it negate my good deed if I think bad thoughts like “How does she have a Wii console in the first place?”
    Well, there you go, Morgan. Aren’t you so happy you got paired with such a positive, cheerful partner?? Merry Christmas!

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  25. Texas Kari: How do!
    I’m praying for a good outcome for your little friend.
    RAK: I dropped off a piping hot pizza to a guy who’s been out of work today.

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  26. Texas Kari: How do!
    I’m praying for a good outcome for your little friend.
    RAK: I dropped off a piping hot pizza to a guy who’s been out of work today.

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  27. Texas Kari: How do!
    I’m praying for a good outcome for your little friend.
    RAK: I dropped off a piping hot pizza to a guy who’s been out of work today.

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  28. Nithya, glad to make your acquaintance! I am pondering good deeds that are good enough to be given as a gift. I’m a nurse, so I appreciate what you’ve done. That help is so valued!

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  29. Laura L., this is Peace. Last week I gave away a few tangerines at work, just because. Really, I’m not a big tangerine fan, and I had some extra that I knew I would not eat so rather than let them go bad, I gave them to a few “chosen” few, and they were so happy, smiling and everything.
    Be on the look out for more riveting acts of kindness from me.

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  30. As a fellow Buckeye Kim, I say you could have gotten away with incorrect directions. Not knifing his tires was a good deed in my book.

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  31. HEY!
    Mrs Oh, I only bought two new pair of jeans and two shirts…what am I supposed to wear to work?
    BTW…in my new pickin’ up chicks outfits I have gotten exactly TWO comments. One from my buddy who thinks I should stick with the jerseys. And a person who liked my new black dress shoes to wear with my dark jeans.
    A guy.

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  32. Hooray, Jan! I’m so looking forward to this!! As a Buckeye, I already did a good deed in helping a Michigan fan with directions that were actually correct. I probably need to step up my game a bit.

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  33. Oh Tammi V. Thank you! I’ve got to get started on my good deeds as well. So far this season I’ve donated to the bell ringer Salvation Army dude (much nicer than stink eye above) and gave money to a homeless man who had a dog.
    Still much to give this season.

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  34. Cristy- I’m organizing and cooking for a fundraiser luncheon for a co-worker whose husband has been in the hospital since November 18th with bacterial meningitis. No disability insurance or sick pay, and she doesn’t make much as a teachers aide. She’s a wonderful person who in the midst of all she is going thru can laugh when her husband is asked if he knows where he is and he replies “Microwave Plate, North Carolina”.

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  35. Okay, You Know Who I Am, so far I’ve donated a bag of food to the Boy Scouts’ food drive, am taking a friend to a spa this weekend to cheer her up after she had a dog AND a cat die within two weeks of one another, and I bought a food donation bag at Whole Foods, and will continue to buy one every time I go in to go shopping between now and Christmas.
    Let the giving continue!

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  36. Nettie!! It’s you for me and me for you! Two for tea and… Oh, never mind!
    Anyway, my goal is one nice thing per day during the holidays (which for me is Thanksgiving through the New Year.) After all that time, you’d think it would stick, right? I guess being nice is just not in my nature!
    So far I have:
    Helped a little lost boy stay calm and in one spot until his mom could find him.
    Upped my standard tip from 20 to 25%. And we eat out frequently, so that’s a biggie!
    I was kind to my brother even though he really didn’t deserve it
    Devoted Saturday to smiling at people who seemed stressed at the mall
    Helped a nice elderly lady who was struggling with her scarf at the drs office
    All month during December I keep all my singles out of my wallet and in my coat pocket. I put one in every kettle, pot or tin cup I pass.
    That’s all I can think of right now, but rest assured… I am focused!

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  37. Jessica L, I just moved from Nashville a few months ago. Sadly, I am now stuck in Dallas which I decidely do not love. I come back to visit Nashville every chance I get.
    It looks like Aunt Tettie and I are together. I will start thinking of possible niceties.

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  38. Dee Dee, thank you! That’s awesome – and not just because my husband is active duty Army. πŸ™‚
    For your first good deed, I overheard a woman at Target saying she couldn’t find any advent calendars. Considering I’ve been stalking the Christmas aisles since August (not to mention that I know exactly where all the chocolate is), I ran and grabbed one and brought it to her just before she finished checking out. She was so excited. πŸ™‚
    I also donated a toy to a local organization for military children. Great minds think alike. πŸ™‚

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  39. oooops! there is only one outkast lee. i wish there were another, so we could be friends and i wouldn’t be an outkast!
    lynn, any preference as to what type of good deed act you would prefer? you can leave me a note on my blog.

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  40. Nithya, are you sure we aren’t related? You should hear my family’s hideous rendition of “Happy Birthday”. I don’t know if we are all off key, or if it’s just me. But, it always makes us laugh.

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  41. Also Lee, how RUDE of that bell ringer man! I’m indignant for you too.
    Also June, the way I found to avoid being herded by a huge german shepherd mix is to just stop in your tracks when he does it. If he finds nipping makes you stop and just being normal makes you go, he’ll give up. It’s just SO annoying when you’re on the way to the loo and you’re stood there waiting for the doggy instinct to let him stop nosing at your and nudging you like you’re stupid.

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  42. Queen Stella! I’m sorry, I don’t think I’ve spoken to you on here before. How you doing? πŸ™‚
    I’m volunteering at a hospital near my parents’ house as a health care assisstant. This lets regular staff have an easier time getting precious holiday and I get to be all chatty with the patients. My mum reckons it could well be turned into a bad deed since I’ll be expected to sing carols with other staff and that’s apparently unfair on a very captive audience. I’ll keep you posted!

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  43. I don’t know if this counts as a good deed or not. I DID NOT punch the Salvation Army Bell Ringer guy in the face when he was angry that I didn’t put money in his dinged and danged bucket on the way IN and OUT of the store today.
    I finally ventured out of my home where I have been held hostage by a catheter and the bell ringer was an arss. I put a $5 in the bucket on my way in. On the way out he gave me the stink eye and I said “I got ya on the way in” and he said….”MMmmm Hmmm” whilst snappin’ his neck up at me.

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  44. Oh my goodness. I am humbled to have been matched with the Furry Godmother whose work I LOVE. I promise to do something extra special in her honor!

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  45. Hey Carole! My favorite waiter lost seventy bucks while we were at the restaurant the other day. Even though Terra had just lost his job, we left him a ten dollar tip to ease the sting.
    And June, the herding instinct lessens a bit if you ignore it. Don’t reward him with a look or words. Our Carmen (border collie/ golden retrieverish) would herd me, Terra, Arnie the rabbit and the cat into the hallway every time there was a thunder storm. She would nip us if we tried to stray. Ignoring her was the only thing that worked. Now she just neurotically checks on all of us during a storm.
    Call me Caesar.

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  46. Hi Juice, My good deed is to donate to the Dax Locke Foundation. He passed away last december at the age of two. He spent most of his life at St. Jude hosp. His mother’s goal is to raise enough money to run St. Jude for a day.1.6 million dollars. Yes, I am extremely wealthy and donated the whole amount.Not! But every little bit helps. So that is one of my good deeds.

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  47. June, I can just imagine Edsel herding the residents at the assisted living home. They will be trying to hurry down the hall with their walkers with a dog nipping at their ankles.

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  48. Hi Paula H&B,
    I’m your partner. I have already done one good deed for you with more to come. A three year old I know is having a biopsy in her brain today for a tumor. A friend and I packed a huge bag of snacks, necessities, entertainment, and prayer beads for her family. We even sent candy for the nurses so they would visit her room more often. The procedure should take more than 6 hours. I’m certain this is the longest and worst day of her parents lives.
    This is a good deed no one should need!
    Joyous good deeds to follow! πŸ™‚

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  49. I started my project about 2 weeks ago. A young (17 years old) motorcycle racing friend has been in a coma since November 18 after crashing during the Baja 1000 off road race. I’ve been pushing his story and urging people to donate to his fund via Blogger, Facebook, Twitter and various message boards. Heck, I’ll push it here, too.
    http://www.blaisracing.com/imhof/
    Has Edsel tried herding the cats yet? Because I’ve “herd” it’s lots of fun!

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  50. Jessica L … are you the one near me or is that another Jessica? If it’s you, I’m in the midst of mine. While organizing my kids’ school’s Holiday Breakfast/Bazaar, we made it a combo event by partnering with a walk to benefit a family whose daughter is dying from a brain tumor. It’s so sad … the little girl attended my kids’ school … but now all our proceeds are going to her family. It’s a lot more work but now it means so much more!!!!

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  51. Culpepper, I just called to officially volunteer at an assisted living facility. I also asked if they wanted Edsel to volunteer too. No word on Edsel yet, but I do have to get tested for fricking TB, which of course I probably have.
    XO,
    June

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  52. YEAH!!! Kim in Colombus… I have some good deeds lined up but have been waiting until I knew who I was accountable with. Can’t wait…

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  53. Pal, that is fantastic!
    I just received an email from a similar cause. I work on a military base and an foster agency is working with someone here on base to get Chrismas presents to children that have been removed from their homes by CPS.
    You did so good, I hope I can report back to you soon!

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  54. We have a Border Collie and an Australian Shepherd. I have read that if they don’t have a “job”…something to herd…then they become destructive. Pillow? Good news for us is that we live in Texas and have cattle & horses. Don’t all Texans? Anyway, those two schmuck dogs herd the living daylights out of the poor livestock. Your obvious choices are to acquire some livestock or send Edsel to me because I find his toothy grin completely adorable AND he can herd our cows!

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  55. Amy G., I started by donating presents to The Christmas House, which provides presents for the children of soldiers.

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  56. Sandra, you really have paid attention in these here comments! I’d love for you to dress up as Snooki! I can send you my poof wig and my horrible outfit I wore for Halloween! It definitely generated many good laughs when I wore it!! hee!
    I have started my good deeds already – we have a list of 30 kids in DCF (formerly DSS) that are in need of gifts since they have been removed from their homes. So sad. We have some friends who help us buy them goodies -15 kids are taken care of so far, but we will buy for the remainder so they will have something for Christmas this year. We also have given to another organization here in Boston that provides presents for needy children. So, there ya go, Sandra!

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  57. I have and Australian Cattle Dog (Blue Heeler) and she is 8 yrs. old. I don’t think there is a way to stop that herding instinct. She is not as bad as she used to be, but still nips at our heels and our other dog’s feet. I think it is hilarious when she nips at our other dog, but when nipping at us, not so funny! Also, too, Edsel is sooooo cute. I love his teeth!

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  58. Anita, I started my good deeds last week when I purchased a variety of toiletries from Target (Hi,Steve!) and donated them for USO packages for our troops.
    I am so sorry for the loss of your niece. Our family has also suffered the loss of two nieces. What a lovely good deed you did.

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  59. OK, Vicki. Minor good deed here. My church was asking for sheets, clothes, blankets, etc. for the food pantry so they could help folks stay warm as well as get needed food/household supplies. So I dropped off two bags full of some of Hulkette’s old clothes, plus a set of king-sized sheets.
    More to come…

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  60. OK, Vicki. Minor good deed here. My church was asking for sheets, clothes, blankets, etc. for the food pantry so they could help folks stay warm as well as get needed food/household supplies. So I dropped off two bags full of some of Hulkette’s old clothes, plus a set of king-sized sheets.
    More to come…

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  61. OK, Vicki. Minor good deed here. My church was asking for sheets, clothes, blankets, etc. for the food pantry so they could help folks stay warm as well as get needed food/household supplies. So I dropped off two bags full of some of Hulkette’s old clothes, plus a set of king-sized sheets.
    More to come…

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  62. Yay! Maybe I should do something flowerthemed. In you honor, you know. Or maybe I should dress up as Snookie and let everyone laugh at me to cheer them up. I will let you know.

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  63. I am not on there either. My comment is under Pal from MA’s comment, so maybe you just forgot to post us. I would be so happy to be paired up with you Pal, I read your blog all the time!

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  64. I am glad you werent confused, Lee, about Sleeping Beauty being your person. She couldnt get my comments to work so I hooked her up with you, as you were up at the top, there, of commenters.

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  65. Lee (Who hopes everyone in her town reads BBP and will all be tripping over one another to be kind, because, apparently, unless June tells you to, no one is kind these days..) says:

    WAKE UP, Sleeping Beauty! I’m going to go do good deeds for you! πŸ™‚
    Thank you, June, for doing this again. SO FUN!

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