BLUEBERRY AMBASSADOR MOMENTS
Flint Neithercut Elementary, coordinator Paula Gibson
I held the door for peoplein public. I did it because I wanted to be a gentleman. They gave me money but I gave it back to the people. Then they said, “thank you.” I said, “you are welcome.” They felt great because I was a gentleman. I felt like a nice and kind person.
I stopped to let people go by so they won’t have to wait. I wanted to be a gentleman so they won’t have to wait a long time. They felt good. I like being a good role model for little kids.
I helped my friend rake the leaves because there were a lot of them. I wanted to be helpful and help him out. He felt great. It is nice to help your friends.
One day, I did something helpful for someone. I was getting off the highway then we drove up a little bit. I saw a homeless person just standing there holding up a sign that they needed money for clothes. Me and my dad pulled out a twenty-dollar bill and said I am so sorry for seeing you like this. He said “Oh, thank you very much for helping me. I pulled out $2.50 and gave it to the man. He said thank you very much, have a blessed day. He felt so happy that he had a smile on his face. I felt helpful and kind.
I went to my granny’s house. I asked her if she needed help. I pulled her cover up on her back. She gave me a dollar and said thank you so much. She felt like she was joyful because she kept saying thank you. I felt so happy to help my grandma.
I helped my Uncle George because he needed a ride home. I asked my mom and we helped him out. He felt so happy and started singing an old school song. It made me feel funny and warm.
I helped my great grandma move furniture. I don’t normally see her a lot and I thought it was a nice thing to do. She gave me a hug as I was taking boxes into the basement. She felt good about me helping her. I felt good because it gave me strength to do a lot more stuff for her.
I made all the teachers a card. My mom and I thought it was a good idea because it was a nice thing to do. Teachers were happy. I felt good because it was a nice thing to do.
I held the door for two ladies. I was heading to the bathroom and thought it was kind. They said, “Thank you,” and told my mom what I did. It made me feel good because they told my mom what I did and I got more ice cream.
I went to the store and bought groceries for a homeless couple that was on the side of the street because I was feeling really kind that day. They were surprised that someone did that for them and they really like it and said to try something else like this but something more important to you. They loved it because there was stuff for them and it made their day. I was really happy that I did that because I love being kind and it’s what I think is good for the world.
I bought someone Starbuck’s because I think it’s a good idea and I wanted to make someone’s day. They said, “Thank you so much,” and they were happy. That made me feel happy that I made someone’s day and I can do something that makes someone’s day.
I helped somebody by what book to pick. He picked Batman so he brought me a Superman book and that got me very happy. I started smiling and said thank you.
I helped an older lady rake her leaves. It made her happy so I did it for free.
I taught a 4 year old how to ride his bike without training wheels. He was happy so I went bike riding and then he bought me ice cream. So, I said thank you.
I opened the door for a woman that was trying to get in her apartment building. I helped her because the door was locked and I wanted to be kind and help other people. She was happy. That made me feel proud of myself.
I helped someone carry in groceries. She had a lot of bags. I didn’t want her to drop any so I helped. I think she was pretty happy because she was smiling. It made me feel proud of myself to be kind to her.
I helped my friend find her phone. I knew someone was going to call her and I didn’t want her to get into trouble. She was pretty happy because she hugged me. I felt very proud!
I helped an older lady at the grocery store. I helped her grocery shop because she couldn’t find some things. Her grandkids live in Ohio and she didn’t have anyone to help her. She was happy and tried to give me money but I wouldn’t take it. I felt happy that day because I felt like a superhero because I helped someone in need. I learned in Boy Scouts to help people in need.
I was at Little Caesars getting pizza and I was opening the door for every person I saw. I did it because the pizza was taking so dang long. I felt pretty happy.
So, one day the promethean board camera stopped working and I switched some cords and I fixed it. Mrs. Gibson seemed happy to show the work on the big screen. I was happy to see the work better. I’m really good at fixing things.
One day, Josh, my brother needed some paper to draw. He asked me for some and I gave him a lot. He seemed happy. I felt amazing. I did it because I had so much paper.
My first random act of kindness was when I held a door for the family at the gas station. I did it because I felt bad because their hands were full of stuff. It made me feel like a good person and they thanked me and I loved it.
My second random act of kindness is when I raked my neighbors front yard. I did it because I love to rake and to be kind. After I did it, he tried to pay me but I didn’t take it because it would make me feel like I did it for money and I didn’t do it for the money. I did it to be kind. It made me feel like a kind person and that made me feel good.
My third random act of kindness is when I help clean my friends room. When we were done, she thanked me and I liked it. It made me feel like a good person and being kind. I did it because I wanted to be kind.
I had opened a door when we were at the store and I did it because I am kind and sweet. The person felt really happy because her hands were full. It impacted me really nice and I felt really happy.
I had carried someone’s bags because her hands were full. I did it because I am a really nice person. The person felt really happy and it impacted me because she gave me ten dollars. I felt really good.
I had helped someone push their cart and I did it because he had bags in his hand. The person felt really happy and it impacted me because she gave me five dollars. I felt happy and kind.
I was in my bed when I thought I should give my cousin some Robux. She really wanted some so I login her account and use my credits to buy some Robux. I called her to tell her I got her some then I waited until she picked up when she did she was so happy. I did it to be nice and she was happy. I was feeling good about myself.
I helped this lady. I opened the door for her. I did it to be nice. She was happy because she smiled and thanked me. It made me feel happy and proud of myself.
One time I was at my step-sister’s birthday party. She had got her a toy with my money. I gave her money because it was her birthday. She felt excited. I felt like a nice brother and kind.
Something good that I did was when I was at my friend’s house. I raked some leaves and when we were done we had candy and we played in the leaves. We tackled each other and after that the lady said, “Thank you!” She was proud of us. I felt like I had done a good job.
Me and my cousin were at his house and his mom brought in bags. So, while his mom was cleaning the living room when we were done I helped him clean up his room. When we were done, his mom said, “Thank you” and then we played his game. I felt good about helping my friend because his room was so messy.
I bought somebody a snack at the store. I did this because they didn’t have money to buy what they wanted. They smiled and said thanks. I felt like I was kind and did the right thing.
I bought somebody bus fare because they didn’t have enough money. They said thank you and sat down. I felt like now they can get home because I helped.
I held the door for someone at the mall because I went in before them and I’m a gentleman. They said thank you and bought me a delicious Coca-Cola. I felt like a gentleman.
I went to McDonald’s with my mom. There was a homeless man there. We gave him money for a cheeseburger meal. He was happy. He said, “thank you and God bless you.” I was happy because I helped him out.
I cooked hot cheesy dogs for my dad without him telling me. I felt happy because I got one too. I did it because I wanted to make him happy. It was easy to make. Also, I just thought I should do something for my little brother. The next morning, I made him waffles.
I cleaned a ladies yard without her asking and I helped a man find something he was looking for.
I helped my papa put the groceries in the house and clean out his car and the whole house.
I cleaned the basement with my mom and brother and my sister.
I paid for someone’s food. I wanted to do something nice. They did not have a lot of money to pay. They were happy. I felt great.
I raked the grass for my dad. He didn’t have time to do it. He felt happy because he said good job and I did good. I felt good about myself.
I made my brother lunch. Someone kept taking his lunch so I made it for him. He felt good and told me I did good. I felt happy because I did something nice.
I held the door open for a man in a wheelchair. There was nobody with him and he needed help. He said, “Thank you!” I felt happy and proud of myself.
I helped my aunt carry stuff to my grandpa’s room. She couldn’t carry everything by herself so I helped her. She said, “thank you.” I felt happy because I knew he needed them.
I washed the dishes and cleaned the kitchen up for my aunt. She said, ‘thank you.” I felt happy because I help around the house all the time.
I helped a lady put groceries in her car and put her cart back at the store. She was happy because no one usually helps her. I wanted to help someone out. I was happy because I don’t usually help people and it felt good.
I helped a lady rake her leaves. She needed help. She was happy because she was smiling. I was happy to help her because she was older and had a big yard.
I held the door each time we went to the YMCA for swimming. I was trying to be a gentleman. People liked it and said that I had nice manners. I felt like a gentleman. It made me feel good.
I shoveled my families drive way. I wanted to help my family out. They thanked me. I felt great because I was helping my family without being asked.
I had helped feed my best friend’s snake. He felt really good about it. He was going out of town and needed someone to do it and I like to help people. It made me feel good.
I had helped my grandma clean the pool. I wanted to help her because my friends were coming over to play in it. She felt good about my help. It made me feel proud.
I helped my grandma cook dinner. She needed help. It made me feel proud.
I cleaned the living without being asked. It was Mother’s Day and it made me feel good about myself.
There’s an older lady that lives by me. I asked her if she wanted help with her two bunnies and three dogs. She did. I wanted to be kind and do that for her. She started to cry and it impacted me because I showed kindness and responsibility.
One time, I was at the mall and I saw an older lady with her grandkids. I opened the door for her because her hands were full of bags. I also buckled the kids up in the car. I felt kind and good.