Today while Baby B and I were out, a gal passing me while I unloaded our groceries into our car offered to wheel my cart to the cart corral for me. Wow, what a great gal! I was so thankful for her act of kindness and it made me stop and think….

I was at a super center, so it was a very busy atmosphere. Through out our shopping trip I kept getting cut off by other peoples carts and getting blocked in, etc. I was starting to get a little frustrated. Then at the end of my shopping trip, after I had walked three parking lot aisles looking for my car (I forgot I hadn’t parked in my usual spot), this lady helped me out. Something so simple, but so nice. I didn’t have to take my cart to the cart corral with the babe.

This friendly, kind woman reminded me of a post I saw a few days back, it said something like: “Real queens fix each other’s crowns.” She was a queen. She was there just when I was about to lose my cool and she gave me a helping hand. It made me feel like she had my back. Even though I didn’t have my family with me to help me; I had her, a fellow queen. So if you are out there and struggling through your day mama, we’ve all been there. Even if you are not a mama, you’ve been there and had those days. You are not alone. So if you see someone having one of those days, give them a helping hand. You may never know what kind of impact it may leave.

The strength of our human connection is sometimes underestimated.

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