When Asked In A Prompt What would I do if I won β‚¬100?#Goodworks

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Thank you Tenor

It is not a question I ponder often. Winning prizes is rarely achieved by me. I have won three ‘competitions’ in my 64 years, at least, that weren’t for writing. I enter things like flash fiction, poetry and writing competitions, but that is work and as it should be. This time, the answer was a no brainer, a Fait Accompli as it were.

For when I win, (one has to think positive) I will scream and shout, wave my knickers in the air and whoop, as I simultaneously danced around the floor.

Thank you Tenor

Of course, it goes without saying, … the knickers would be unworn, probably new ones, my special occasion knickers. I would never remove mine, mainly because the jumping and twirling may show the parts that nobody’s eyes should meet.

I would call my daughter. She and some wonderful friends give up their own Christmas morning. As they prepare, and cook from scratch fresh food, providing all manner of traditional fare, including a sumptuous dessert. They give serviettes, baubles and a few sweets as well as cheese and biscuits. They deliver them hot to their homes. They wrap colouring books and pencils, crackers, baubles and a few treats. It is a piece of Christmas that they otherwise would not have. They feed families facing hardship from the three Schools (about 60 people at last count get fed) to give them each a memorable Christmas. One that many have never had.

The money is gathered from fundraisers at the three schools and people who try to give a little. They sell things, make things, and care. But it always depends on how much they raise as to how many they can feed. Also, she pursuades the director for use of a school kitchen and some monies towards it all.

Mostly it is her and her team of people with big hearts that pull this off. They plan, shop and gather the information long before the day. I am proud of my daughter’s ingenuity, haggling skills and sheer determination that she has for feeding them all. She is a constantly busy lady, as the director of school improvement, overseeing three schools and head of a large school herself. I don’t know how she pulls it together. Her time is precious and rarely spare. This cause is where I would gift the prize, if or when I win. One hundred dollars will feed a few more. I would like to wipe the shadow from my daughters eyes, that would be something. The shaddow that comes when she has no more to give. After all, neither mouths nor tummies should be empty any day, but especially not at Christmas.

Thank you Tenor.

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19 thoughts on “When Asked In A Prompt What would I do if I won β‚¬100?#Goodworks

  1. What a busy lovely woman your daughter is. Not many people give up their Christmas morning unless it’s essentially work related. I have a friend who does similar for the homeless all throughout the year, so I know how much hard work and planning is involved. Well done to her and her friends…and to you Ellen for donating your fantasy winnings!

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    1. A great cause too. The previous two years I made homeless backpacks up one male one female and gave it to the open-door a local homeless charity. We can only try our best.

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    1. What a prize it would be. Regardless of prizes, we are very proud πŸ‘ of her and her selfless acts for others. She will not be with her 2.5 Yr old son until about 2.30 Christmas day. Once she is back home she is exhausted, but the happiest Mum ever.

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