Bridget’s life as a busy mother of two can be quite demanding, especially when it comes to home repairs.
As a busy mother of two, Bridget often asks her husband for help when she needs to complete household tasks that she is unable to do, such as fixing the oven or household appliances. Today, however, he cannot do it.
It is out of Bridget’s husband’s control as he is an active duty member of the military now serving overseas. Returning to the cold residence, Bridget thought her house was too cold for her children. The owner of Betlyn Heating and Cooling promised to help her when she contacted them.
HVAC company owner Paul had the opportunity to speak with Bridget while he was repairing her furnace. Through their conversation, he learned that her husband was an active-duty soldier now stationed overseas.
He gave Bridget a receipt when she went to pay him for his assistance. The message read: ” “I was a little worried about how much it would cost when it was done. He gave me the ticket you see in this picture.”
Handyman Paul gave her a “deployment discount”. The total cost of the service was $1. What a fascinating story!
Paul’s act of kindness didn’t just help Bridget and her family; it also showed how a simple act of kindness could make a big difference in someone’s life. It was a reminder that we can all have a positive impact on the world by doing something kind for someone else, even if it’s just a small gesture.