A helpful Bernal neighbor went out of his way this week to give Neighbor Suzanne a helping hand. She tells the tale:
Last Tuesday I took my 4 year old and a lot of dry cleaning onto the 23 bus at Glen Park, on our way to our place on Moultrie. I hooked the clothes hangers on the bar for people to hold on to and got into an animated conversation with my son.
When we hustled off the bus at Andover, I made sure I had all the usual things: Max’s stuffed animal, coat, artwork, etc, but I forgot all about the dry cleaning. I didn’t realize until I got home that I’d left it behind. I dragged my feet calling 311 because I knew I’d just spend half an hour on the phone and not be any closer to my missing sweaters. I felt pretty bad that I’d lost some of our favorite clothes.
A couple of days later I was walking home from The Good Life when I noticed a neatly handwritten sign at my eye level outside of the library playground. I paused to read and realized it was addressed to… me! Well, to “MOM.” A passerby was so taken with the fact that I was the person addressed that he took my picture in front of it. I felt relieved and thankful that someone had been thoughtful enough to put signs up for me.
I left a message at the number Jim left, he called back, and we agreed I’d come by the next night — he lives just a few blocks from us. He accepted the bottle of wine I brought, I accepted my wayward dry cleaning… and the rest is history.
PHOTO: Neighbor Suzanne with the sign that saved her dry cleaning
8 thoughts on “Helpful Handbill Helps Bernal Neighbor Recover Lost Laundry”
What a wonderful story. Thanks for sharing it! We have some very nice neighbors for sure.
“The rest is history.”
When’s the wedding?
Seven years ago …
I’ve seen the signs and the curiosity has been killing me. Only here. Thanks Bernalwood!
Great work, Jim!
Best story of the day.
Gentleman Jim. What a kind thing to do.
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