To the Editor,
Quite unexpectedly, I was the recipient of an incredible act of kindness by a man in Scottsbluff.
I use a handicap cart when shopping. As I was checking out at a Scottsbluff grocery, a man named Skip was ahead of me in the line.
First he helped me by unloading my groceries from the electric cart basket. Next, after he had paid for his groceries and been checked out, and over my many protests, he insisted on paying for my groceries.
Thank you again, Skip! You are very kind and a fine example of human kindness!