Karen felt so strongly, so positive that she wrote this letter to her local newspaper:
On New Year’s Day, I was shoveling the six-plus inches from my neighbor’s driveway since they were on vacation.
Two young men, Randy Scott and Dan Kotscharjan from Randy’s Lawn Care in Cary, were driving by and stopped to see if I needed help.
I told them I couldn’t pay them, and they said that it didn’t matter. These two nice, young men had been plowing most of the night, yet they were willing to stop and help me finish shoveling the driveway.
With their help, the driveway was cleaned for my neighbor’s return home.
It goes to show that there are young people who are caring and helpful, and I will be forever grateful for the help from these two nice, young men.
I guess Mrs Scott and Mrs Kotscharjan [Randy and Dan's mothers] will feel all warm and fuzzy to read that; and – as a side issue – it won’t do the business any harm either.
I wanted to post it just to say – there is good news out there; and mothers – keep up the good work, you do make a difference.