Friday, March 12, 2010

good deed goes noticed

found this on my desk today:

Dear Ms. L-Decker,

You don't know how much it meant to me when you easily tried to help me when I had the "phone incident" with Alyssa on Thursday. I am usually a very independent person and tend to do things by myself and when I rarely need the help, nobody really helps me. I cannot thank you enough for trying to get my phone back because my lack of power made me seem so hopeless and weak. I know it seems weird to make such a big deal about this, but I just wanted to let you know how much I appreciate what you did. Thanks!

Your student,
Emma :)


-= Marlette =- said...

Thank you for making me cry at work.

It's moments like these that make me want to go into teaching/educational leadership as well.

Roland D. Yeomans said...

Usually it turns out that no good deed goes unpunished. Glad it turned out so well for you. I have always been a firm believer in random acts of kindness with no thought of receiving anything in return. I was just blog-surfing and thought I would applaud your blog and your efforts at making the world around a little better just for your passing through it.
Just a writer struggling to get published. Roland

Croglish said...

Small things usually pays back in a moment that we really don't record at the moment that those are these small paybacks..
Therefore I hope that it will be a sweet payback, something like 50 cents missing for parking, and not changing one 100$ bill for it :)

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