Anonymous Citizen Gives Disabled Veteran An AMAZING Gift

Anonymous Citizen Gives Disabled Veteran An AMAZING Gift

Just wow. This woman’s husband came to the door with tears in his eyes. She thought someone had died. Just the opposite. An anonymous individual left an expensive riding mower and a note in front of their home for her 100% combat disabled husband, who push mowed their yard twice a week. It said, “I hope this saves time for the things that matter most in your life. Thank you for your service and for my freedom.” – Sincerely, A Grateful American. That’s who we are folks and that is what we do for each other.


From Facebook:

Where do I begin? Something AMAZING happened today! As I was getting ready for my day, my husband appeared at the door with tears in his eyes holding our son. My heart sank and I thought someone we love took a trip to Heaven….He quickly assured me that no one had died, but someone had just given him a very expensive riding lawn mower! I don’t know who they are, but they have been watching my 100% combat disabled husband push mow our entire yard once or twice a week, and thought this would help make more time for the important things in life!!! THANK YOU WHOEVER YOU ARE!!! You don’t know how much pain this is going to save him from!!!

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There are genuinely good people out there. This was a major gift for this man. It cost someone about $2,500. This is the way things should work in this country. This man gave his all for us and our country. Somebody gave a little bit back to him and it made all the difference in his life. It tugs at your heart and brings tears to your eyes. This is the kind of news I love. It’s epic. Thank you to whoever did this and bless you for it. I hope it catches on.



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