Thursday, November 28 was Thanksgiving Day in the US and a waitress has been given a reason to be thankful.
Adrianna Edwards, a waitress at Denny's restaurant in Texas walks five hours to work and back almost every day. She had to go through this to save money for other necessities at home.
Well, her days of walking are finally over as a couple who came over to the restaurant on Tuesday and were served by her, surprised her with a car gift.
With the new car gift, Naijauto learned Edwards will be starting college earlier on time.
Adrianna won't be walking 5 hours per day any longer. She's got a new car!
The kind-hearted couple who wished to remain anonymous narrated that they had gone to have breakfast at Denny's and discovered that Edwards walks 14 miles to work and back to her home.
The waitress, to stop the long hours of trekking, was saving some cash to buy herself a car. That Tuesday morning, she had given the couple extra ice cream and got something much sweeter in return.
The couple was said to have left the restaurant after their breakfast, only to come back later and presented a 2011 Nissan Sentra to the waitress. The car will be reducing her five-hour commute to 30 minutes.
Adrianna's car will be reducing her five-hour commute to 30 minutes
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According to the woman who gifted Edwards the Nissan car,
"She teared up, which made me happy that she was so moved by that."
In return for the car gift, the couple had requested that the waitress pass on the good deed.
"I still feel like I'm dreaming. Every two hours, I come look out my window and see if there's still a car there. When I see somebody in need, I'll probably be more likely to help them out (and) to do everything that I can to help them out."
Extra ice cream can do wonders after all.
Show some kindness!
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