Tuesday, January 15

EXCUSE ME ......SIR!



Just wanted to post a quick entry,Yesterday I picked my six year old niece up from School.As we 

were walking from the classroom and heading to the truck, a little boy around 6  came running up to me.

Excuse me Sir! I looked down and in his hand was a wadded up Five dollar bill."You dropped this 

back there"He said. I was shocked that someone in this day and age(let alone a kid) would take 

the time to return  MONEY.I reached in my pocket and gave him $1.And thanked him for 

returning it to me.The truth 

IM  shocked at how honest he was.To me it shows a lot about who is raising this Child.,In this 

day and age.You never know,It could be his Parents are Grandparents raising him, Great 

Job!..........Made my day.

7 comments:

  1. That sounds like a great kid and a great set of family values.

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  2. Isn't it sad that the day has come when it surprises us for a child or anyone to be honest? Someone is doing a good job.

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  3. I just found your comment in my file where suspicious mail is held till I review it . I don't think I had that on anymore but will check. I came over and read your blog and I liked it. Yes My little great grandson is 2 and his weight and height are abut the size of a year old. He is smart as can be and every test has came out good. He gained 3 Oz. on a high calorie diet., in about 3 weeks. He can walk but gets around a lot faster on his hands and knees and says a few words. His mom and her side of the family are all lucky to be 5 feet tall, so he will probably be short. Sorry to get so lengthy on the comments. I JUST LOE THAT LITTLE BOY TO PIECES and want him to be as normal as possible,

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  4. Hi John.
    thanks for visiting me and leaving such a nice comment.

    That does sound like a nice kid and I applaud his honesty. I'm sure that experience will bring you a smile for quite a while.

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  5. Hello John
    Really nice to meet you. I am looking forward to getting to know you through your blog.
    Some one is doing a great job raising this young man. It's so nice to read stories like this one. I am so glad this experience happened with you because I know it made your day.
    Take care and glad you found me
    Maggie

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  6. Made my day too, John. Don't you just love it when you experience things like this? Hope all is going well in your corner of the world. It's not quite as sunny as when Johnny was with me but as long as I have the SON with me I'll be alright. Blessings, my friend.

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