A Bekindr story submitted by Frederick Daniels:
I was just a regular cashier/drive thru employee at Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers, located at The Rim in San Antonio. There was a day where there was a complete stranger, someone I had never seen before or any relations. Her name is Susan Nunan, and she was a cancer patient, way before my knowing anything about it.
But she came through for a meal in the drive-thru, fresh off a chemotherapy session. As she came through the drive-thru I noticed she was possibly a cancer survivor, judging from the a/c being on full blast and when she took off her wig. Before she drove off, I took the time to write on her receipt two words: “keep fighting.” I did this without knowing it would even catch her attention. She drove off, and that was that.
The next day I woke up to many messages and phone calls of what happened. She had posted a pic of the receipt on Facebook and social other media, and it blew up. This resulted in me doing TV interviews, being featured newspaper articles, and being rewarded with a traditional service award from my company.
But I want to take this further. I want to get the message out there and will do whatever it takes for this story to be heard by millions. We have to make this message spread, and I want to impact lives. This is all for a greater cause, and there’s still hope for the young generation. I want to be a kind example for others.
You can read more about this story here: http://news4sanantonio.com/news/local/freddys-employees-act-of-kindness-encourages-cancer-patient-to-keep-fighting