A ray of hope for disillusioned couple
MY wife and I went to Joey’s Kenaston for dinner Oct 25. Across the way in a small booth was a gentleman named Dave. He and I began talking about hockey. Soon my wife joined in and the conversation progressed to our respective children and places we had each travelled. The time flew by and we were sad to see him leave. About 15 minutes later when we were ready to pay our bill, the waiter informed us that Dave had paid for our entire dinner. Whether he knew it or not, he’d given us far more than a free dinner. He’d reminded a disillusioned couple that, in a world dominated by materialism and selfishness, there are still genuinely warm and kind individuals like Dave.