World War II Vet Is Looking For Generous Lady Who Gave Him The Greatest Christmas Present
Do you remember the time when Christmas spirit, was so abundant that you could feel its density between the kindness of strangers? A time where generosity was a valued trait in any individual and honor was a staple for those who truly are Great…
We seem to have forgotten those times, as we have been berated for 8 years by the liberals, with their war on Christmas and everything else that we consider holy. Not all good people are gone though, as Fox News reported on a simple act of kindness by a woman at a grocery store in Florida over the weekend that gave a World War II veteran a present, that made everyone's heart melt.
George Seney Jr. told Fox35 Orlando he was in the line at a Publix in New Smyrna Beach when the woman came over to him after she noticed the cap that he was wearing that had “WWII Vet” text on it. George described the heartwarming gesture as follows:
“The lady on the end of the line noticed I was a World War II veteran so she comes over and thanks me for my service and gave me a big hug and said, ‘I want you to have a Merry Christmas,’ and she put something in my hand,” he said.
This gesture is what makes Christmas special. It is our sincere willingness to help one another and to cherish those that have given up so much for us. The veterans!
$50 really are not a lot of money, but when they come from the purest intentions, they topple every treasure in the world. And as you can see in the vet’s eyes, it really mattered.
“I rolled it up and I went back to the lady, I said, ‘You made a mistake, that’s too much money.’ She says, ‘No, I want you to have a Merry Christmas,’” he told FOX35. “After I started thinking about it, I said, ‘What a gesture.’”
It's really hard holding back the wave of emotions after seeing the gratefulness in the Vet’s eyes. After the occurrence, the 93-year-old WW2 Vet went home and told his son about the gracious act, which spurred the younger Seney to put out a call on social media to find the woman.
“There are so many bad things going on in the world that I thought it would be nice to put something out on social media and I’d like to find the lady,” George Seney III told FOX35.
In the end, the veteran ended up donating the gift, but he wanted to make sure she knew her simple gesture had made a lasting impact on him.
“I want her to know that this is the best Christmas present I’ve ever had,” he said.
To whomever you are, we just want to thank you for bringing our veterans joy and for honoring them in this way. And to everyone reading this, just know that even the smallest gesture of kindness means that you honor what they did for us, and lets them know that we have not forgotten them and what they did! God bless you all!