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Gardener Stereotypes Redefined

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Ann

Roseville, MN
United States

During this Pandemic I am still working with 3-6 year old students and their parents planting a large garden at the American Indian Montessori school. We have Zoom lessons, wear masks and garden gloves and keep our distance.
This mask was a souvenir from an International women’s conference in 1990. I had it made into a mask to remind myself and other members of PPSEAWA of our commitment to health. We will need to support a vaccination program once that is available.

Be healthy and safe everyone! Wear your masks.

Nancy

Wendell, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Helping folks with late Alzheimer's disease to have a better day and be acknowledged as a person
Why are you participating?: 

Want to see less evil in the world.

Sharon-Grace

Lancaster, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I am my disabled husband's caregiver, an ongoing act of love. He left this world behind on August 8th, 2018. I am working toward finding new opportunities to care for other people.
Why are you participating?: 

People have more things in common than disparate. Helping people pause, and rethink or look anew at others is good. We all need each other. Each of us has something to offer. Our giving to others needs to be without judgement and to be sourced from unconditional love.

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