Here is how I roll—sometimes. I want to write, so I buy a journal. But it’s too beautiful to write crappy, random thoughts in it. So I don’t write at all. I want to manage time better, so I buy a calendar. But that, too, is too beautiful to write in, plus if I write something down, I will have to do it. So I use a pencil. This brings me to my Activities Centered on Good Deeds List. I want it to be filled with memorable activities and meaningful, life changing events. Maybe, just maybe, even worthy of a film documentary. I want confetti to fall from the sky. I want my kids to tell me how doing good deeds made them better citizens. I want each good deed to be so amazing and, of course, original, that … well, I can’t seem to think of any good deed I want to pursue. Smile at a stranger? Been there. Done that. Put up a random piece of garbage in a parking lot. Done that. Bring food to the Food Shelf. Done that. Donate money. Yep. Done that. So, have patience with me, Reader, while I pause. I admit I am procrastinating. And it’s not because I have already mastered the art of a good deed. I am trying to accept how simple a good deed can be.