Pay it Forward

Sunday, January 4, 2009
For my paying it forward I shoveled someone's drive way for free so that they can drive safely when they want to drive somewhere special. The person's drive way that I shoveled was my drive way because my neighbor's drive way was already shoveled by someone else. I felt very generous after I shoveled my drive way because I used my own shovel that I found in my garage, and the best thing about paying it forward is that they didn't say thank you. When I shoveled my drive way it was a very cold day and my fingers were very frozen. When I went inside, I put my fingers on my vent and when they got warm, I felt this weird tingly feeling through my fingers to my wrists. My dad didn't notice that I shoveled but I said pay it forward to him and he didn't understand.

I think one person can make a difference because if they tell the person to pay it forward and that person does pay it forward, then there will be more people doing goods deeds around the world, just like the movie. I also think one person can make a difference, even without saying pay it forward because they can do a lot of good deeds and people might try to copy that person and maybe they will be on the news and even more people would copy their good deeds.





1 comments:

  1. kuung 841 said...

    When I went inside, I put my fingers on my vent and when they got warm, I felt this weird tingly feeling through my fingers to my wrists. My dad didn't notice that I shoveled but I said pay it forward to him and he didn't understand.
    ^ HAHHAH LOL SEAN! :) You got your picture in the wrong place? And you didn't add the 'one person counts' thing. Well yeah, good job though!

    January 5, 2009 at 11:08 PM  

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