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Generous guy makes her day

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I had parked at The Bay downtown for a long day of meetings over at Women’s Health Clinic.

When I got to the exit, I discovered they only take cash, but by that time there were about six cars lined up behind me going up the ramp. I was happy to run inside and get cash from the bank machine, but the woman in the car directly behind me was grumpy, even though the other cars had backed up the steep ramp.

Suddenly the person paying on my right asked how much I owed, paid the $8 fee and I was free! I tried to catch up to at least say thank you or offer to repay, but we were going in opposite directions.

So I just wanted to take this opportunity to say a huge thank you to the generous guy in the black truck. You made my day.

— Tracey Novoselnik aka The Stork

 

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