My Daughter, Sarah Rose has just turned seven years old. My family has hit the hardest of times. We have been homeless for over a year. Even though my daughter has gone without and struggled, lived in shelters, she has not changed. We were at Wal-Mart on Sunday night. Sarah went to the bathroom around closing time, while in there she found a wallet with over a 100 dollars in cash. She came out with it and asked how to give it back to the owner. There are so many things she has wanted, that I have been unable to give. Never once did she question if she could keep the money. The only thing on her mind was getting it back to the young lady that lost it. I am so proud of her. At 42 years old I feel humbled, knowing I have so much to learn from a little girl. I have been frustrated and angry at the situation we are in. Even in her situation, her only concern was returning it to the owner so she would not be sad.
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