Sometimes The Littlest Things Can Make Someone Happy

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Home Inspector with JTHIS-Professional Home Inspection Team NACHI 04062481

Sometimes the littlest things can make someone happy. Take for example the other day. I had a paint order to fill at the local Lowe’s Home Improvement Center. As it turned out the base that was needed to mix my paint was not available in a 5-gallon bucket.

This was the case for 3 of the colors I needed. The gentleman mixing my paint said he could do it in 1-gallon cans and charge it at the 5-gallon price. This was fine for me but a lot of extra work for him. I needed a total of 25-gallons of custom paint and the only other person in the paint department was assisting other customers.

An hour passed and I was getting thirsty so I got a soda from their frig and proceeded to the checkout. Then it dawned on me that if I’m thirsty just standing around he might enjoy a drink too, so I grabbed another Pepsi. His reaction was priceless. He said in all his years working behind the counter, no one had ever bought him a soda before. He had a smile on his face for the remainder of the time he was mixing my paint. Sometimes the littlest things can make someone happy. 

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Christopher Taylor
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Have to admit, never gave it a thought either, but now will never grab a drink without thinking about your post.  Thanks,

January 23, 2011 11:57 PM #1
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Andrea Swiedler
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Sue, sometimes it is the smallest thing that can bring so much joy to others. But 25 gallons of paint? What the heck are you doing and .... why? LOL...

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Do unto others, Sue.  Good job.  I bet he turned around and did something nice for someone else later...

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Thanks for sharing your story. Let's all try to spread around acts of kindness to make our days better.

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