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.
This week I’ve been doing the following;
March 8th – A Very good friend’s birthday today, sent best wishes and will catch up in the week. Sent off my review of Breath Of The Titans. Good deeds received, I won a £10 Amazon gift voucher from a draw for book tour bloggers from Brook Cottage Books – Yay, guess what I’m off to buy!
March 9th – My morning volunteering at the local school, went for a lovely lunchtime walk and picked up litter. I’m reading The Last Dragon Slayer by Martyn Stanley
March 10th – On my walk today I picked up a lottery scratch card which was dropped on the floor, was just about to throw it away when my inner voice told me to check it first and yes, it was a winning ticket! I shall be a couple of pounds better off now. Ate my lunch in the park and picked up more litter on the way home.
March 11th – Helped a lady who was in a wheelchair with some of her shopping today, and picked up litter. I’m reading Last Child by Terry Tyler.
March 12th – It’s Comic Relief Day tomorrow, so while I was in town today I bought a mad looking pen with money going towards the charity. Red Nose Day and Sport Relief together spend the money raised to tackle the root causes of poverty and social injustice in the UK and across the world. Picked up litter on my route to and from town. I’m reading Haunted by Maria Savva.
March 13th – Today I read Back Behind Enemy Lines by Chris Bridge a really good WW2 drama set in two parts, one in Normandy 1944 and the second in England 2006. Went for a quick walk, picked up litter.
March 14th – Visited my Mum with her Mother’s Day Gift and helped her out with several computer issues. Today I’m reading Crashing Into Love by Melissa Foster
Hi Rosie .. so good you’re doing so much to help others, be with your mother and help her with her computer issues, and then the rubbish clear up – I have to say the roadsides when I travelled to the north of sussex yesterday were foul … Once my hip is repaired .. I’ll go out and pick up litter in our close – with my ‘grabber’ once I don’t need it to pick stuff up off the floor!
Good to read about your volunteering etc … and Happy Mother’s Day … cheers Hilary
Thank you Hilary.
You are a wonder. I can’t believe another week has slipped by and it’s the middle of March already. Hints of spring are all around, Finally. 🙂
Thanks Tess, yes I love Spring too.
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I’m going to love spring more than I ever have after this drawn out arctic winter. ❤