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Youngest Child Stereotypes Redefined

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Laura

Millbury, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
The house where I grew up is on the route of the Boston Marathon, just about at the 10-mile mark, and every Patriot's Day, we'd have a big party. That was My Day: I made it my mission to get as many of those runners to laugh or smile (or even just perk up a little) as I could. I would stand out there for hours cheering them on, just to show them we were behind them and try to give them a little boost to keep on going toward the finish line.
Why are you participating?: 

Because we're all so much more than the labels that others put on us (and we put on ourselves)!

Alexandria

Framingham, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
When I was in the hospital, I met a little girl with ALL and kind of in a bad mental state about being sick. Every day we hung out and every day I talked to her to make her smile. To help her be positive and get better
Why are you participating?: 

Because if everyone just showed the next person a littler more respect and showed a little bit more love, maby there'd be a little more peace in the world.

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