Standing in the grocery line on Tuesday found Sally commiserating with a lady about buying food on a budget. The conversation turned to kids living at home. The lady shared her story with Sally about how here son had moved back home recently. He was 40 years old and due to complications from diabetes, he was unable to work.
Sally shared our story of how diabetes affected us. She also continued with my running in the Reggae Marathon on December 5 in Negril to raise $10,000 for the Canadian Diabetes Association.
What happened next is stunning.
The lady, a stranger to Sally pulled out a $10 bill and gave it to her for the CDA.
Chance meeting, two strangers in the grocery checkout line sharing personal stories. Connecting.
I don't know who you are, but that $10 bill means more to me than breathing. It makes all the difference in the world. Thank you.
Below is the donation form. If you have not donated yet, please click on it to download it. Fill it in and send it directly to the following address:
Canadian Diabetes Association
4 - 556 Bryne Drive
Barrie, Ontario, L4N 9P6
Until next time...from Negril