Tuesday, January 5, 2010

° By °

5°: I counted money at the church Monday. I count the money the first two Mondays of every month, so it almost feels like I'm "cheating" by considering this a good deed. But I figured every time I count the money without throttling the 83-year-old near-blind man who "assists" me each time should count as a degree in my column.

359°: A church lady -- but not the Church Lady -- left two filled-to-the-brim bags of lemons for another woman. That lovely woman gifted me as many lemons as I wanted. I took eight or nine and came home and made my lemon ricotta cookies. Yummy!

[What the hell is this all about? My 360° project, which I made up a few days ago.]


Coal Miner's Granddaughter said...

If you had made lemonade, I was going to snort coffee on my screen! :) And yup, I'm baaaaack!

Mayberry said...

This good deed thing is already paying off! (Lemon ricotta sounds YUM. My husband's family makes a lemon rice pie that sounds gross, but is delish.)

CrAzY Working Mom said...

No good deed goes unpunished, right?! The lemon treat sounds delish! :)

"Sunshine" said...

I'm resisting the urge to say, "Well, isn't that special?" at the risk of sounding insincere. But I love Dana Carvey :)

Seriously, I do love this idea (though I admit I'm not entirely certain of the parameters). It sounds like a lovely good deed chain. And the lemon ricotta sounds really good. Hope you and yours are doing well!


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