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Good Samaritan

After shopping at Safeway, I noticed I lost my retirement watch. I was too sick to go back to report it.

I returned to Safeway a week later and hoped that maybe by chance someone might have turned it in. I kept thinking if they don’t turn it in that they would enjoy the watch as much as I had. To my surprise, an honest person turned it in and my watch was returned to me. My heart was overflowing and tears of joy fell. To that person, I pray you see this big thank-you from my heart. God bless you.

Betty Rahn

Grass Valley

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