“There’s an Older Man with a Walker Shoveling Snow — I’ll Help Him Out”

mmy Adams

Source: https://www.facebook.com/cbs6wtvr?fref=nf

In February 2015, Tommy Adams, a teenager in Nottoway County, Virginia, saw an older man — who used a walker — shoveling his driveway. Tommy was in a car with his mother, Teresa Adams, and he told her, “Mamma, stop the car.” She said, “I got scared and asked, ‘What’s wrong?’” Tommy replied, “There’s an older man with a walker shoveling snow — I’ll help him out.” Tommy asked the older man for his shovel; he remembered, “I told him to get back into his car because it was cold.” The older man told Tommy, “God bless you. The world needs more people like you.” Tommy said, “Other people who saw him in the snow should have had the decency to stop.” Teresa Adams said, “I was so proud, I started to cry.” Tommy, who said that he spent over 15 minutes clearing the driveway, added, “I try to do good for the elderly because one day I may need help, too.”

For Further Information:

Scott Wise, “Act of Kindness: Teen stops car to shovel snow for man with walker.” WTVR (Richmond, Virginia). 18 February 2015; updated 20 February 2015 

http://wtvr.com/2015/02/18/teen-shovels-mans-driveway/

Shellie Nelson, “Teen’s act of kindness shows how every little bit can help.” WQAD (Moline, Illinois). 19 February 2015

http://tinyurl.com/qxjfem9

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