Chuck is my husband of 22 years. He came into my life when I was 16 and he was 17. My mother was dying of cancer and my father already was deceased. I was a lost person with no support. This man cared for me and married me and works so hard. He was working two jobs and going to college. We have three beautiful children and because of my traumatic childhood, I have emotional problems and he sticks with me. His work ethics are wonderful. He graduated with a degree and now is a golf course superintendent. Watching this man grow through the years in so many ways has been one of the biggest blessings of my life. He is my hero.
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Pass It On®
Pass It On®
Brittany from Ohio APRIL 29, 2009
Tqhat was really nice of them did they even have a for sale sign in their yard before they moved... did you see it?
Munzie O from Moreno Valley, Ca. OCTOBER 14, 2008
I will remember to say "pass it on" when I help or give to others. Thank you for the inspiration and the wonderful ads that swell my heart with gladness.
Santanu Basu Roy from Calcutta, India AUGUST 20, 2008
Helping out without expecting anything in return is a value rapidly losing ground in this materialistic world. This story illustrates that help was given without any expectation and purely out of goodness. Great to know that such people still walk the world.
Zorya T. from USA AUGUST 2, 2008
Don't lend, just give. The only debt you should be in is to pass on the generosity :)
miguel m from tucson, AZ MARCH 31, 2008
Wow, it's almost like a story of a gardian angel there here one day and gone the next what a great story!!
Michael L from Santa Paula, California MAY 17, 2007
Whenever I give something to someone, be it money or an apple; I ask them to return the favor to someone in need. Hopefully this starts or better, continues a trend of goodness being offered to someone you don't know.