“You Did an Amazing Thing Paying for That Table’s Breakfast”

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Source: Tyler McCarthy, “Server’s Note To Kind Patron Will Inspire You To Do A Good Deed.” Huffington Post. 18 March 2014

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On 12 March 2014, Kirsten Kinzle ate breakfast at Mimi’s Café in Victorville, California. She and her party were loud, and she worried that the noise was bothering an elderly couple eating nearby, so she paid their $30 bill. Ms. Kinzle said, “You just see people sometimes that just look like a great couple and they really loved each other.” Afterward, server Stephanie Miller wrote her this note: “I just wanted to tell you that you did an amazing thing paying for that table’s breakfast. They are in town because that man just lost his brother. So you lifted their spirits, even if just for a moment. Have a great day!” Ms. Miller, who had learned from the elderly woman that the elderly man’s brother had died, said, “I knew there was no way to tell the table what had happened without breaking down myself. So I put it in a note.” Ms. Kinzle said, “I instantly started crying. I just hope it made them for just a moment happy with that amount of sadness.”

For Further Information: “Server’s Note To Patron Who Picked Up Elderly Couple’s Tab Goes Viral.” CBS (Los Angeles, California). 14 March 2014

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For Further Information: Tyler McCarthy, “Server’s Note To Kind Patron Will Inspire You To Do A Good Deed.” Huffington Post. 18 March 2014

http://tinyurl.com/nlf3nta

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