Thank you neighbors | Letter

A good neighborly deed done. Thank you!

A big heart THANK YOU to the person who found my lost purse recently in front of Starbucks.

Thank you for turning it in to Starbucks. Thanks to Starbucks for safe keeping my purse. What a relief! Nothing was missing from my purse The person did not leave a name so I can’t thank him or her directly. I want whoever did this neighborly deed, to know he or she is hero to me. Much appreciated.

I have lived here for 40 years and while much has change, this anonymous act of kindness generates good feelings all around.

Judy Ford


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