Ice Storm – by Shana Barkan


Kindness is good for both the giver and receiver, but is it even better when the recipient does not know who was the giver.

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snow shovelledJust this past week I, a single mom, have been in and out of the hospital during an ice storm.

We just moved to this state a few months ago and really don’t know anybody. It has been tough but we manage also with 3 dogs and 2 cats as well.

My daughter who is 8 years old has been out of school for a week due to this ice storm and I’m back home with some struggles. A lot of stores are closed and streets aren’t cleared especially ours.

I looked out this morning seeing that it had snowed again last night and, to my surprise, my walkway and driveway had been perfectly shoveled. Not one trace of snow or ice, where as the rest of the block still looks very icy and has snow.

Someone had taken their morning to help us out leaving no note. I am…

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