This morning I pulled into the Tim Horton’s on Caledonia for my morning decaf coffee. There are two entrances for the drive through ordering system. I happened to notice a car that wanted to enter the line up of cars from the uncommon entrance. I waved my hand and encouraged the gentleman to enter the line, in front of my car.When I arrived to the window, to pay for my coffee the Tim Horton’s employee had a huge smile on her face. Different from every other day she pleasantly hands over my order. She was beaming with a huge grin! I handed my card to her and she simply passed my coffee through the window and said: “the man in front of you paid for your order. She then continued to say that, he made sure I passed on the message to say Thank you! This was kind and unnecessary. It made my day and I think it made her day as well.
Submitted by: Shawna Meshwork, Development Officer at Ve’ahavta