Simple acts that give hope

It doesn’t take much. It doesn’t take a house or a parade, or even the ability to throw out the first pitch at a ballgame.

This was costly for someone, but the anonymous donation to just help a guy out is an awesome testament to the true patriotism, love and appreciation of this country.

Along with a gift on their front lawn, was a note that read: “I hope this saves time for the things that matter most in your life. Thank you for your service and for my freedom. Sincerely, A grateful American”

An anonymous neighbor didn’t want Christopher to struggle with the push mower any longer and bought him an expensive John Deer riding mower, so he could cut the grass in comfort. “I don’t know who they are, but they have been watching my 100% combat disabled husband push mow our entire yard once or twice a week, and thought this would help make more time for the important things in life!!!” Brittany wrote full of appreciation for this incredible gift they were blessed with.

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