Can You Help Me Find This Mystery Mainer Who Saved My Life the Other Day?
If you're ever feeling like good people don't exist anymore, I'm about to remind you that they do.
Mistakes happen every day like losing your wallet or your driver's license when you least expect it until it's too late.
Well, I just pulled my own stupid mistake moment this week by dropping my driver's license while I was on a run in my neighborhood.
Have you ever just put your debit card & ID in the little self-made pockets that most leggings have specifically for holding your cards while you're running? Well, my little pockets let me down and my ID must have fallen out on the sidewalk or the road while I was running through Deering Oaks.
By the time I realized it, I had turned back to scan & backtrack over my running path one million times but could not find it. Eventually, I gave up and already ordered a new one.
Well, three days later, in my mailbox was my license. However, my mailbox is located in a lobby that has a door code to it meaning you cannot get in unless you're a resident.
So how did it get there?
This was when I figured out that a very nice human must have found my license lying on the side of the road (which, what are the odds of that), and made sure to send it back to the address on it through a second party.
This person had to have gone to their local post office and handed it to them so that they could bring it to my mailbox for me. That's the only way!
So, to whoever you are, I want you to know that your kindness really moved me that day.
I want you to know that your actions really saved my upcoming week considering I needed to use my ID for lots of upcoming tasks I had planned that would not have been possible if it wasn't for your act of kindness.
If you've gotten this far down in this letter, I'd love it if you could take a couple of seconds to share it to your socials as I'd love to find the person responsible for it all and thank them!
I have something I'd like to gift to him or her for just restoring my perspective on the world and spreading kindness.