BLUEBERRY AMBASSADOR MOMENTS
Flushing Springview Elementary, coordinator Sarah Bearbower
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I helped an older lady get to her car and carried her groceries to the car. I also gave her a Blueberry Card and talked about kindness to her. I did it because I’m very kind and she was all alone. She was smiling saying thank you. I felt so happy that it made my day!
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I helped my mom when she got out of the hospital. She had something wrong with her kidneys. I did it because my mom tries to get everything I need, so I helped my mom work through the pain. She was feeling better because I helped her.
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I helped my friend feel better because she broke up with her boyfriend. I told her that she was too young anyway. I talked to her because she needed to know don’t ever put a boy before your life because he can always break your heart. She felt much better after the little speech. I felt so happy for her!
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My first Blueberry Moment was when I helped my best friend, Makayla get up when she fell outside. She started to bleed because she got a cut. So, I stayed in the office with her until recess was finished.
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My second Blueberry Moment was when I helped an elderly woman open the door. Then I gave her a cart and waited until she walked through the door.
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My final deed was when I helped my little cousin go on the swings because she was too scared. Then, I went outside with her for 20 minutes then she was happy and we went back inside.
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I was at the grocery store and a lady was coming in with a cane. I waited for her to come in to the store and I held the door open. She then came through the door and she said thank you to me!
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I was at school and someone was in the bathroom crying. I asked them what was wrong and she told me what was wrong with her. I stayed and talked with her until she felt better.
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I was at home and my mom sprained her ligament. I helped her around the house because she was on crutches and she couldn’t do a lot. My mom was thankful for me!
My first Blueberry Moment is when I helped a guy push one of his two carts full of mountain dew to the bottle return area. He said, “Thank you little dude for helping me push all this mountain dew.”
My second Blueberry Moment was when I walked my neighbor’s dog to the end of the street and back. My neighbor said, “Thank you so much Weston. That’s one thing I don’t have to do today.”
My last good deed was when I helped someone at the mall and carried their bags to the checkout line and waited there with the bags until it was the ladies turn. She was surprised and said thank you.