Helping Others Out

I was reading a journal entry by StressLess at my site about a kindness that one person did to another:

I ran in just to get some fruit my husband likes, and as usual the lines were long.

Things seemed to be moving unusually slow, though, and I finally realized the woman at the front of my line was short of money. A lot of Aldi customers seem to be stretching their pennies, and I’ve seen this happen several times before. This woman was putting things back like cans of 39 cent beans, one at a time, trying to get it down to where she could pay the bill. The cashier was being very patient, and luckily nobody in line was grumbling or rolling their eyes. But it was still kind of a stressfu


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3 Responses to Helping Others Out

  1. beloml says:

    Don’t people realize that having kids without a spouse is expensive BEFORE they get knocked up?

  2. genewild says:

    I didn’t see anywhere in the post that these women were single or that they got “knocked up” out of wedlock. Sometimes hard economic times arise. I would much rather give them the benefit of the doubt that going around accusing them of something you have no idea about.

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