Our son recently lost his wallet in a parking lot in Canandaigua. He was just about to go through the time-consuming steps of replacing his license, debit card, and other typical wallet essentials. After almost giving up hope, imagine our surprise when the wallet-- fully intact, and with all cash still there-- turned up in our mailbox. Since we have no idea who his guardian angel is, this is the best we can do to thank him or her for their efforts and honesty. Not only did they model human kindness, they saved my son a world of headache. His first words were, "Now I guess I need to do a random act of kindness for a perfect stranger!" Yes, he plans to pay your good deed forward. In this chaotic and divided world, it was wonderful to experience this act of selflessness. Thank you!

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