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Random Kindness at Walmart December 22, 2012

Posted by digitalbrownshirt in Personal Experiences.
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My wife has an overnight job as the main cashier at a local Walmart. Early this morning a lady came in with with six crisp $100 bills in her hand. She used them to buy six gift cards worth $100 each then left. During the next 30 minutes Sandra (Mrs. DBS) had six customers come up and tell her that a lady had given them gift cards and a “Merry Christmas” while they were shopping in the store. They were shocked to find out that the cards really were worth $100 each.  Sandra knows most of her regular customers. $100 is huge deal to many of them at this time of year.

Anyway, I thought it was a neat story.

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1. Josh Gosser (@joshgosser) - December 22, 2012

That’s awesome. A similar thing happened to my grandma last Christmas Eve.

2. dana - December 23, 2012

That is a wonderful story. Thank you for sharing. I love hearing random acts of kindess stories. Merry Christmas to you and yours. Have a blessed holiday season.

3. lauraw - December 23, 2012

That is really sweet.

4. BrewFan - December 23, 2012

I’m glad you shared that. That is what Christmas is all about.

5. Retired Geezer - December 23, 2012

Excellent.

6. Sobek - December 23, 2012

Great story, but it would have been better if it had been the federal government handing out those gift cards.

For some reason that no one can explain.

7. Gengap - December 24, 2012

Sobek I might have known you would be the lone cynic. Tut. Tut, Tut.
Don’t you know she WAS from the federal govenment. She was Joe Biden in drag.

Michael - December 24, 2012

Glad that somebody around here takes the time to straighten Sobek out.

8. daveintexas - December 24, 2012

A real life Santa!

9. Retired Geezer - December 24, 2012

Our friends, Nate and Heather, just dropped off some homemade fudge at Camp Geezer ™. It’s part of their Christmas Eve tradition. They deliver fudge to friends all around the valley from early afternoon until 1am (last year). Since we’ve only known them a few months, I figure it counts as a Random Act of Kindness.

10. Michael - December 24, 2012

Geezer, maybe you could tell Nate and Heather to be extra kind and swing by Dallas next year on their Christmas Eve route.


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