My faith is restored in goodness of people
I was at the Westwood Clinic and had just received a rather large bill for out-of-pocket medical testing and forms. Fortunately, I had the money; unfortunately, the office takes cash only and could not provide change. My friend and I were in the waiting room digging through our pockets and wallets for exact change, counting quarters and dimes, all the while I was expressing my frustration. A few minutes later, as I was sitting alone waiting for my papers to be returned to me, a brunette lady approached me with some cash in hand. She had overheard us and said she felt bad knowing someone might be having trouble paying for medical costs. I explained to her that we had in fact managed to cover it and were actually just attempting to come up with exact change. Although I did not need her gracious offer, I thanked her for her kindness, and now I am writing this to thank her again. To the lady at the Westwood Clinic, please know that your offer of kindness and help to a complete stranger did not go unnoticed or appreciated. It is people like you who restore my faith in the goodness of people.