No, not that kind of good deed.
Yesterday while in my local grocery store, a woman was in line behind me with her 2 daughters about 7 & 9 years old. She was a decent looking lady, clean and her girls were clean and polite. In her arms she had some spaghetti sauce, cake mix and a few more little items. As she stood there, she told her girls to move over to the counter so she could count her change in her pocketbook. I don't think she had enough.
As I moved through the line and paid my bill, I give the cashier a note and an additional $10.00 saying "please give this to the woman behind me". The cashier finished me out and as I was walking away, I could hear the woman asking the cashier to check her Food Stamp card to see if it had any money on it.
I just smiled to myself. I have been there done that (counting change for groceries). Now I am by no means rich, but I could afford to give this woman $10.00 and it made my heart sing.
As we were loading the groceries up in my van, I told the kids what I had done and my daughter started crying. She said it was sad the woman didn't have money to eat with, but was happy to know I kicked her a couple bucks. See, Mommy isn't all mean, I DO have a heart...lol....