My purse was just fine

Winnipeg Free Press - Section G - - THE SOCIAL PAGE -

MY hus­band and I came into the city to do some er­rands, in­clud­ing some bank­ing. Af­ter­ward we de­cided to go to lunch at a nearby KFC. We con­tin­ued our er­rands when I re­al­ized I didn’t have my purse. All my credit cards and the money I had with­drawn from the bank were in my purse.

We rushed back to the res­tau­rant, with me pray­ing all the way that some­one had turned it in. A clerk said no one had. I felt de­jected and left, but then I thought I would ask once more at the counter so I went back.

The young fel­low there heard me in­quire and came up to the front stat­ing that yes, he had my purse and reached un­der the counter to re­trieve it. I thanked him and left, ex­pect­ing noth­ing but my cards in it since it had been miss­ing for sev­eral hours. Much to my sur­prise ev­ery­thing was in­tact.

Thank you from the bot­tom of my heart.

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