Her Daughter Was Fired Right After She Got Promoted. But She Is Stunned When A Man Approached Her At The Checkout Counter.
Yesterday, my daughter Karly had a tough day, she learned that she had just lost her job. It was a new role as a Project Lead and she was very excited about it. Due to funding cut backs, the grant money that had been promised had to be taken back by the state, so, too, Karly’s position. She was devastated.
But, life goes merrily on its way and so we must do what we do. And, off Karly went to get groceries.
A short note about my girl here. From day one, Karly has been the kind of human that has never met a stranger. She is Native American and Anglo. She has deep brown/black eyes and dark brown hair (well most of the time – she is 25, it gets colored quite often). But, there is something about her that is approachable, attractive and friendly.
People of all kinds talk to her, randomly, often and about all kinds of things, young and old.
Yesterday, as she approached the store there was a gentleman outside the store, who was cold and hungry who asked her for money to get some food. Karly told him she wouldn’t give him money, but, she would be happy to buy him something to eat. She didn’t say anything to him about the fact that she had carefully planned out her shopping list so that she could get everything she needed with the cash she had just withdrawn from the Credit Union. Instead, she asked him what he would like to eat.
He said it would be really nice to have a rotisserie chicken since it was already cooked and hot, it was so cold outside. Karly said she would be right back and went in to buy his chicken.