When I was walking this week (while listening to New Moon on my Ipod), I found a crumpled piece of paper that piqued my interest. I turned around and went back to it, and found that it was someone’s Social Security card! Not that I carry my SS card with me (you really should keep it hidden away somewhere), but if I did and I lost it, I’d hope someone would return it. Identity theft is a scary thing!
So I did what any upstanding citizen would do. I turned it in at my local Social Securty Office.
Guess I did my good deed for the day. It feels good to do the right thing.
While, I was out, I did a few other important things. Like try to take my picture in front of Fresh & Easy.
Right when I walked in, I was greeted by an Oreo. I love this place!
We’re heading to the Hollywood Bowl tonight, so I needed some picnic-friendly’ items. Stay tuned to see those later!
Put here’s a sneak peak. I made Irving a Turkey and Cheese sandwich on a fresh-baked roll. There’s something about making my husband a sandwich that makes me feel like a good wife. haha
Can’t wait for tonight!
What Random Good Deeds have you done? Share your good Karma!
–I reunited a college girl with her lost passport once when I saw someone found it on Craigslist!
–I also turned in a man’s wallet when I was 9 years old and he sent me a basket of cookies in return. SCORE!
I love all these good deeds!!!
Such a nice thing to do 🙂 I’ve found money before and returned it to an owner.
One time in Chicago I was driving down the street and saw something being tossed out of a van. I went around the block and went to see what it was…it was someone’s purse, complete with wallet and keys in it. I found the woman’s phone number somewhere in the purse and left her a message. Then I found some cops and gave them the purse.
I made Josh a sandwich on Wednesday night and felt the same way you do.
A few months ago, we saw a baby lose her shoe in the Market Basket parking lot. It was one of those cold rainy days that was just gross out. I got out of the car and ran it into the store, right as the mom realized that it was missing. The carriage boy told me that was nice of me.
Looks like you had a nice day. Keep blogging!
Have fun at the Bowl! Can’t wait for when we go!!
I know! We can’t wait either!