Thought I’d share another heartwarming story I came across today.
Especially since there’s a crazy blizzard raging out there right now and a little kindness will certainly go a long way.
I think what struck me most about this photo is that the grocery clerk in the green apron isn’t even wearing a coat. Brrrrrrrr.
When I get home, I’ll try to do some shoveling for my neighbour… but knowing my true-blue husband, he’ll have already done that!
A photo of a Halifax grocery store clerk walking a 72-year-old customer home on icy sidewalks has gone viral.
The photo, taken by Terri Bordage Stevens, was posted to Facebook on Friday morning and has since accumulated more than 12,000 likes and almost 5,000 shares.
“I was driving in Halifax by Sobeys Queen Street and made my friend slow down so I could snap this wonderful picture,” Bordage Stevens wrote in the Facebook post. “Now that’s putting your customer first.”
The picture shows Sobeys employee Austin MacNeill helping Mary Cogswell, who is legally blind, navigate the icy sidewalks on Queen Street in the city’s south end.
Mary Cogswell, who is legally blind, says the staff at the Queen Street Sobeys in Halifax have helped walk her home for about five years. (CBC)
Cogswell said employees at Sobeys have been helping her get her groceries home for about five years, regardless of the season.
“They always do that at Sobeys, whoever takes me around there. They walk me home,” she said.
Read the whole story HERE.
Song for the day: George Ezra, “Listen to the Man.” Love this young Brit’s voice.