Good Deeds Challenge Year 2, Week 44

Welcome to my second Year of Good Deeds, a challenge I set myself during April 2013. I decided to do at least one Good Deed a day for a whole year, now I am into my second year.

New Good DeedsThis week I’ve been doing the following;

February 15th – A lovely sunny day, I went out in the fresh air tidying the front gardens on mine and my neighbours house.

February 16th – Today I’ve been reading A Single Step by Georgia Rose. Just had to close my review list, I have around 50 books to review and I need time to get them done.

February 17th – Walked to the post box and saw a neighbour had left her keys hanging in her car door that was parked on the road, so knocked on her door to let her know. Today I read Humming by Rachel McAlpine A book set in New Zealand one of my favourite countries.

February 18th – Finished reading The Long and The Short by Jan Ruth picked up litter on my walk and at the supermarket.

February 19th – Read Septembers by Christopher Prendergast and posted my review on Amazon, it’s a debut short novel which I described as noir fiction.

February 20th – My lunchtime walk and litter picking today, plus I finished reading Destroyed by L.A Starkey, book 2 in the Soul Keeper YA Greek Gods series.

February 21st – Exciting news Terry Tyler’s sequel to Kings and Queens is out today, so I’ve sent out some tweets to help promote Last Child.

I’ve been reading Loved and Lost by Allison Christie.

15 thoughts on “Good Deeds Challenge Year 2, Week 44

  1. Thank you for labelling my news ‘exciting’!!! And thanks for the tweets – oh, and I think I’m good if I manage 2 books a week…!!


  2. So wonderful that you’re still doing this Rosie, and at the rate of knots you read you’ll get through that fifty in no time! I’m so glad there are people like you out there (and all around me actually…) because I often do things like leaving my keys in the car! Take care my friend. Blessings, H xxx


  3. Hi Rosie – you set a good example here. Now I can walk more easily again – once full recovery has occurred (soon) – and I have a grabber as I couldn’t bend to pick things up … I think I’ll keep it and use it to clean up around the Close I live in …

    Reading I’ve started … not too well thought out though – still I’ll organise my life soon … cheers Hilary


    • Hi Hilary, glad to hear you are back on your feet, I think I could do with a grabber for the litter, sometimes it has O D’ Dog pee on the bits I pick up, good job I’m still wearing gloves!


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