Ran­dom acts of kind­ness

Winnipeg Free Press - Section E - - ARTS & LIFE -

Your kind­ness to me will be never be for­got­ten.

Phone-free chat net­ted free meal

ON Wed­nes­day, Oct. 14, we were at Mongo’s Grill on Re­gent Av­enue en­joy­ing a lovely lunch. A young man came up to us as we were fin­ish­ing and said our lunch was on him.

The rea­son he gave was that upon look­ing around as he ate, he no­ticed we were the only per­sons in the restau­rant en­gag­ing in old-fash­ioned con­ver­sa­tion, while our cell­phones (all three) were in the cor­ner of the ta­ble, un­touched, through­out the meal.

He went on to say that was very refreshing to see in this day and age, and com­pli­mented us on the art of con­ver­sa­tion.

The wait­ress said he was a reg­u­lar at Mongo’s. Thank you, Vince. All three of us will pay it for­ward in some way soon.

You have touched three lives with your gen­eros­ity.

Kind couple picked up lunch tab

TO the kind­est en­gaged couple in the Olive Gar­den on Sept. 22, who gave us a big sur­prise when we asked for the bill and were told our lunch was al­ready paid for: thank you.

It made our day so much more en­joy­able, and we will definitely pay it for­ward. Wish­ing you many years of hap­pi­ness.

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