CHEERS to the angel at Kroger. I was checking my groceries out at the Kroger store on Maplecrest Road. It is hard as I am 82 years old.
A woman was in front of me checking out. She had an item I had forgotten. She said, Run back and get the item. I will watch your cart for you. She had a beautiful smile, dark hair, olive skin, and a red coat.
I hurried back and noticed my cart was gone. I looked around the register, and there the woman in the red coat was with my cart. She waved and said, Come on, I paid for your items. I said, No stay there. I will pay you. She left my cart, smiled and said, Merry Christmas as she walked out the door.
I was only one or two minutes behind her. I looked and looked she was gone. Where did she go? I put my item in the car and went up and down the parking lot for 10 minutes thinking maybe she parked far away. No, she just disappeared.
I started to cry because the money I was to spend on my food items was the last I had for the month. Now I have enough to last me to the end of the month. Was she real? Was she an angel?
N. J. MILLER Fort Wayne
A big CHEERS to the members of St. James Lutheran Church in New Haven for supplying goodies and other items for the 39 boxes mailed to the Troops in Afghanistan.
MICK EDMISTON New Haven
CHEERS to retiring Journal Gazette carrier Frank Harger. Thanks for the years of reliable delivery. Best to you in your retirement.
BILL FROHBERG Fort Wayne
While shopping at Glenbrook Square, I inadvertently misplaced a gift I had purchased earlier that day. After retracing my steps and no luck in finding my purchase, I contacted the mall office and a few of the stores I had shopped in.
I left my name and phone number at each place in case my merchandise was found.
Since I have not heard from the mall, I assume someone has taken my gift, which was for my husband, for themselves. JEERS and bah humbug to the person who took the gift. I just feel truly disappointed in my fellow man. I am a bit naïve, but I sincerely thought my gift would be found and returned.
KAREN SINISH Fort Wayne
CHEERS to Fort Wayne’s Christmas Bureau and their Adopters for helping our 10 families have a Christmas to remember. CHEERS to Two Men and a Truck for graciously donating their staff, time and truck delivering Christmas gifts to the league office. Fort Wayne’s compassion and generosity exemplifies what the Christmas spirit is all about. Thank you, Fort Wayne, for helping to make Christmas dreams come true!
PATRICIA HOWARD LINDA SCRIBNER League for the Blind and Disabled
CHEERS to Chico’s at Jefferson Pointe for their support and generosity to the Women’s Bureau. On Nov. 29, Chico’s donated 10 percent of all sales from 4 to 8 p.m. to the Women’s Bureau and provided a gorgeous necklace as a door prize. Thanks to manager Stacey Clark and her staff for their continued support of the Women’s Bureau.
WESTLEY FALCARO Women’s Bureau Marketing