Short but sweet

Today, we went to the store. Tanner and Sam were acting wild, and I couldn’t get out of there fast enough. Just as I was a checking out and feeling completely drained from our trip, I hear Tanner sweetly say to the elderly man helping us bag our groceries, “Thank you so much for helping us.” the cashier looked at me and I thought she was going to cry. She then went on to say that parents tell their kids to say thank you all the time but never has she heard a child say that on their own like that.”. It’s moments like that, that I’ll remember forever.

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