To the Editor:
The following happened to me and my husband this Christmas and I'd like my sincerest thanks to reach this person.
My husband is currently deployed in Afghanistan. Since he wasn't going to be here for Christmas, he wanted to be able to purchase a gift for me with a call from Afghanistan so I would have something to open. I know how difficult calls are from there, but I told him, anyway, about a bag I'd see in Lord Ivy in downtown Summit. I told him not to worry about it, but he was adamant that he'd like to call. I forgot about with the hustle and bustle of Christmas. When I received the bag, you can imagine my surprise at his pulling it off and being able to get through to the store. That alone left me appreciative, but it turns out, that isn't the whole story.
As my husband was calling the store, he kept getting disconnected from the owner. Therefore making it very hard to give his numbers to pay for the bag. There was a customer at the counter while this was taking place. She asked what was going on and the owner told her. So she told the owner not to worry about it and to tell my husband "an angel from Summit" took care of it.
The shear generosity and goodness of this person brings tears to my eyes and gives me hope for the future with all that's taken place in the world in the last month. I have no way of knowing this person, but I like to offer my heartfelt thanks for helping out my husband and for giving me the Christmas gift that he wanted me to have. To the angel in Summit, thank you. Your deed won't be forgotten, but passed on.
I hope this story inspires others to acts of kindness as well.