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Re: Funny How Things Turn Out!

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flying belgian

12-06-2013 09:45:52

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This is maybe a place for me to tell this. Yesterday I stop at the post office to change address for mothers mail. Young lady was at counter ahead of me with large package on the scale. She had a ten dollar bill in her hand. Postmaster was telling her something I could not hear. Finally postmaster said "I'm sorry" and the young lady grabbed her package and walked away. I asked postmaster "did she not have enough money" Postmaster said right. I ran after the lady and asked how much more she needed? Two dollars and some cents. I reached in my billfold and handed her a $5. That young lady could not have thanked me enough she was so grateful. We went back to the counter and I went first. She said if I wait I can have the change. I could not wait. I said just pass it on to the next person whose a little short and left. Morel of the story. That lady was dressed very sharply and hair and nails done perfect. I'm sure she had the money, just not with her. But it is not always the poor that need a little help.

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12-06-2013 15:17:06

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 Re: Funny How Things Turn Out! in reply to flying belgian, 12-06-2013 09:45:52  
A nice looking woman was checking out at Pamida. Most of what she was buying were cleaning supplies. The clerk told her that they could not accept her form of payment. I offered to take a check, but she just walked out. I think she may have been starting over after a failed relationship. I felt bad for her.

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12-06-2013 14:19:12

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 Re: Funny How Things Turn Out! in reply to flying belgian, 12-06-2013 09:45:52  
I once helped a car with Illinois plates out of a snow bank in my home town here in Nebraska.

They wanted to pay me. I told them several years ago in Indianapolis total strangers went 'way out of their way to bail me out when I had an appendicitis attack while travelling, and that I'd appreciate it if they would just return the favor to someone else down the line.

This world would be a better place if we all looked out for each other a little more instead of being absorbed in our own affairs.

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