What was my good deed, you ask?
Well, there was a lady from our church that needed a ride home after having surgery.
Usually, someone else would take her. However, this time her surgery fell on the same day that our Ward serviced at the Peanut Butter Factory.
Yep, I got called into action by our fearless leader. She just got out of the hospital and was recovering at home.
So, I stepped up, took on this early morning task. Yep, up at four in the morning to make my husband lunch as well as cook pancakes for the kids for breakfast.
I had asked how long we would be out since it wasn’t much longer, instead of having to wake the kids. I asked him to go in a little late, which is why I got even earlier to make things easy for him.
It was an exciting ride to her appointment, where I learned a lot about her. She works for corporate casinos in Las Vegas. She works in the Marketing Division got authorization to work remotely from corporate headquarter before the pandemic started. Wanted to get rid of snow, so she moved into our area.
Without telling you her entire life story, you could meet interesting people and possibly make a new friend if you volunteer to help someone.
In other words, what I am trying to say is don’t shy or cringe when the phone rings from the one person you know, maybe calling for your help.
You never know what opportunities could await you by doing a good deed.
Have a blessed day.
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