Woman’s Kind Gesture To A Stranger Wows Everyone At Walmart

Angels are all around us, visible and invisible! You may not be seeing the literal angels with wings hiding around us, but there are compassionate people around us appearing as angels in the need of the hour!

Anna Melissa Olivarez witnessed one such angel in action earlier this month at a Walmart in San Antonio, Texas. Olivarez was waiting in line behind a man who was trying to pay for his cart full of groceries with a gift card. After swiping the card several times, however, it was rejected and had no other means of paying for the groceries. But this then unknown Angel – a woman in the middle of the line jumped forward, offered to pick up the tab, and swiped her own card. .All the people around praised her for her kindness even though she was fairly nonchalant over the gesture – but she did accept a hug from the man she helped.

Witnessing this act of kindness Olivarez told her “how sweet that was to witness and she responded saying ‘we gotta help each other out’,” “She wouldn’t tell me her name so I said ‘I’ll call ya the sweet San Antonio Angel then!’” This incredible Angelic intervention was flashed in the social media, and the video was posted, a woman named Marysol Imler wrote: “That’s MY SURGICAL DIRECTOR, ANNETTE MORRISON!!!! She is truly an angel…”. Olivarez agreed with Marysol replying “She has a made a huge impact and is just the best representative of all those that give so graciously!!”.

I witnessed the sweetest act of kindness! The customer in front of me was having trouble with his transaction, I believe his gift card wasn’t registering. It seemed he didn’t have another method of payment, so the last customer in our line swooped in and without any hesitation paid for the man’s basket full of groceries. I told her how sweet that was to witness and she said “we gotta help each other out”. She wouldn’t tell me her name so I said “I’ll call ya the sweet San Antonio Angel then!”

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Posted by Anna Melissa Olivarez on Tuesday, 17 October 2017