Waitress served up kindness to help pay for hearing aid

Keri Marie Carlson said one customer's generosity is "not something that happens every day."
0:51 | 04/19/17

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One random act of kindness at a Connecticut dressed rather led to another as a waitress walked at customer to his table he noticed that she was having a little bit of trouble hearing hand. She explained that one of her two hearing aids was broken so out of the blue the patron offered to give for 500 dollars. Till help her get it fixed or replaced. He just came in the back in his bike I'm not gonna take note by the end there and I wanton to have things and I. Try to get him back that money he would just say no deserve aids I cry very meaning in. His arm. The owner of the restaurant was so moved that he is now making a donation to the American society for deaf children. That's very nice move on their part restaurant is GW Karstens and Branford by the way to cents and you hadn't. It's sexy random act of kindness inspiring another one like yep the world needs a little bit of kindness these days.

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