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Thank You to anonymous Good Samaritan

By Tammy Morrison

I just wanted to send a Thank You to someone I don't know and may never know.Yesterday afternoon, rushing home from work to get to church, I stopped by Walmart to pick up some things and apparently left my wallet in the shopping cart in the parking lot.

On my way home, my husband called to let me know my wallet has been turned into Jan at Walmart by a lady who found it in the parking lot.



I rushed back to Walmart to get my wallet and thankfully, everything was still inside it. I asked at the service desk who turned my wallet in so I could personally thank her. I was told they did not know the lady who brought my wallet back inside the store.Even though I may never know who she was, I just wanted to post a 'Thank You.'I am very grateful for the honesty and kindness.

It's nice to know that honest people thrive within our community.All this and I still made it to church. Glad someone is watching over me.

Thanks,

-Tammy Morrison


This story was posted on 2011-07-07 14:03:32
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