The driver offered to help Leigh Anne and her family in any way he could after he learned that she lost her husband at the age of 42 to cancer.
There are several kind-hearted people in the world, even though circumstances lead us to believe otherwise. A few good people will go out of their way to help you, and the best part is that they don't expect anything in return. It's not easy to lose someone, especially someone you've depended on for almost all your life. A woman lost her husband to his battle with cancer and he was a young chap, only in his forties. So, it gets hard to get on with your daily routine. Leigh Anne, a mother of three, lives in a small Nebraska town, reports Little Things. She came across FedEx delivery driver Brian when she was trying to inflate her tires and but was having trouble getting the caps off.
She asked him if he could help her out, and he readily agreed. Brian delivers quite a lot to the area and he's seen Leigh Anne before. In a mail to Viralhog, she mentioned how she lost her husband. “My husband passed away after a 7 month battle with cancer at the age of 42. A few months after he passed, I was trying to put air in my tires, but couldn’t get the cap off. I noticed a FedEx truck nearby and asked him for help. He was more than willing to help me. When he found out my situation, and that we have 3 young children, he offered to help me any way he could.”
What she did not expect, was for him to come back and help, without her having any idea about it. Most of us now have doorbell cameras installed, but we use it to catch thieves and burglars, and not random acts of kindness. Leigh Anne was quite surprised to see Brian come back often to shovel the snow out of her front porch. “We live in a small town and he delivers for FedEx here all the time,” she said.
“He has scooped my sidewalks several times without me asking him, but this time my Ring video doorbell caught him doing it. When I watched the video, it warmed my heart and I just had to share it! His name is Brian.” The thing is, her porch isn't all that small, and cleaning up the snow on it would take quite some time. However, Brian did not mind and did so without any complaints or expectations. This goes to show that even a small act of kindness can go a long way.