... On other side of the counter
I WAS in kind of a panic because I needed to get some legal documents to my brotherin-law in the U.S. I had been at the lake and hadn’t realized how little time I had to do this.
I rushed to the lawyer, had everything notarized and went straight to the post office.
I have MS and when I get nervous, my hands tend to shake and my printing is not legible. The woman at the Markham post office was so helpful to me. She had me move over so she could wait on the next person, and at the same time, she wrote all my information on the envelope.
I was so busy trying to find my brotherin-law’s phone number that I didn’t even notice who was standing behind me. Then I asked how much I owed, the clerk said it was taken care of. I was confused. The bill was for $46.58. I couldn’t comprehend what she was saying so I asked her again.
By the time I figured it out, it was too late. The woman behind me had paid my bill and left before I could thank her.
This thank you goes to two women that day. The nice young woman who waited on me so efficiently and the lovely stranger who decided to pay my bill.
Thank you again for making my day so much brighter.