SHARING*

“A task is work when done by one..When shared by all, it turns to fun.”

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WHAT IS A PROJECT YOU REMEMBER DOING WITH OTHER PEOPLE THAT WILL STAY IN YOUR HEART FOREVER?

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  1. I remember one time that my grandparents were trying really hard to do some yard work even though they did not feel good. My brother, mom, dad and I went over and did it for them. They were so happy we did it that they started crying. I will never forget that moment as long as I live.i

  2. THAT IS SOME COOL ART! I LIKEEEEEEEEEE IT!!

  3. i remember one time, i and my groupmates who are also my group of friends researched for news for our newspaper in our major. there was a typhoon the whole week but we didnt care and did our work and that means interviewing people though the areas are flooded, finding corpses, criminal cases, staying in a police station for possible crimes, and we were all sick the last night, really really sick but we finished the newspaper pretty well… and we got the highest grade of course. yay

  4. When our oldest son was in high school they moved to a new building. The school didn’t have enough funding to do the needed repairs and preparations before the move so parents and students all volunteered. We painted, scrubbed, washed, and repaired for a week. I think it taught the kids respect and gave them a sense of pride and accomplishment. It was wonderful to see so many people involved.

  5. When Hubby and I tiled our first house. It was our first attempt at what would become many do -it- yourself projects.

  6. I would have to say the time my dad, grandfather, uncle and myself took down a tree in my grandfather’s back yard. I was a big ole tree and we made it a family affair. I was about 10 years old.

  7. I need to show this to my husband…every time we move…I am the one who packs, helps unload,and unpacks…while he sleep the night away so that he can wake up to a perfect house the next morning….I’m not bitter….:)

  8. A few of my friends and I went with one of my sons to help out in homeless shelters. We made the food and served it, while talking and kidding around with all the homeless people there. They have many stories that touched my heart in so many ways….I will always remember them. They said we should all appreciate what we have in life, because we never know when it will be gone.*

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