Pay it forward

It seems like genuine good deeds are hard to come by these days but I recently saw something that I had to share.

It seems like genuine good deeds are hard to come by these days but I recently saw something that I had to share.

A young man was picking up a prescription and when told it wasn’t covered he explained that he didn’t have the funds to pay for it and had no way of getting the money. A young woman and her husband walked up to the man and with smiles on their faces gave him money to pay for it all and even gave him the change that was leftover.

They both told him to pass it along when he has the opportunity to do so.

It put a smile on my face, so thank you to that couple should you read this, you made my day. I admire you greatly.

Jean HollwinQualicum Beach

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