Biboy's Good Deed

Hey guys!

I may be busy but I sure visit you as often as I could. Today, we did something good and am proud that we did. By we, it's my son, Biboy and I.

My son's old pairs of shoes he wore in Grade 3 are already too small for his feet. He and I decided to give away the pairs and I promised him I will buy him a new one, once his dad and I can let our pockets breathe. So last week, we bought him a new pair of leather shoes, just timely for the opening of the school year.

When we were home, he reminded me that we should give his old leather pair to someone in need. The shoes were really strong, and it would seem as though it was not overused. It was branded so the pair was really a durable one.

Today, I brought the shoes to our office and gave them to our janitress. It was for her son. I can see the smile she gave me, full of delight and gratitude while saying her thanks. She was really overwhelmed that I could see her eyes swelling with tears. I did not want to see her cry so I bid her to go and fit the same to her son.

I am proud to say that, such small deed can be a big blessing to other people. I am proud of my son for letting go of his shoes. I am proud that he was part of the good deed we made.

He has another pair to give away, his rubber shoes. But we have to give it away once he's got a replacement. Donors, are you there? Teehee!

Comments

Lawstude said…
congratulations. there is nothing like that altruistic feeling of satisfaction for helping those who are in need. i am proud of you and biboy :)
vinceleste said…
good deed nga! good parenting, too! Nice one, ate sheng... God blesses the blessed ones who bless others with God's blessings...
kayni said…
that's a wonderful deed. keep it up and all the best to Biboy's studies.
mordsith said…
he has good parents who bring him up well. very good boy :)
nuts said…
by giving and sharing, you instill good values to your kids. good parenting, good job mommy!
Ela said…
ang bait naman ni Biboy!
BlogusVox said…
Go sheng. It's nice to have kids who are not selfish and to you too for giving it someone who really needs it.
the donG said…
applause for biboy! it reflects how he is being taken care of.
witsandnuts said…
To share will always be good. And it's especially better when it's inculcated in the hearts of the children as early as possible.
docgelo said…
i can relate to this, sheng.
aren't we always proud as parents as we try our very best to raise our kids with idea of charity and love for others? =)
Donna Mae said…
wow naman!!! nice job ate sheng this simply shows how you inspire and teach you children good virtues…

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