Just when I’d about given up on the human race and this toxic environment we are living in an act of kindness brought some hope back.

This morning I went grocery shopping at Ingles in West Jefferson, when I got through the check out I discovered that I had left my debit card at home and I had only $1 in my wallet. I was at the check-out and I said to the cashier, “I have a problem I left my debit card at home.” I was just about to unpack the groceries when the cashier said, “That’s OK, it’s taken care of.” I looked around and said “Who?” The cashier said, “I can’t tell you.”

Whoever this kind person is I hope they have a wonderful life and if they are ever in some kind of a fix someone will be there for them like they were there for me.

Mike Sawyer

West Jefferson

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