A couple tipped this pregnant waitress $900 but then writes a note saying it isn’t their money
Innumerous times you might have read on the net of waitresses and waiters receiving huge tips from generous patrons. It is kind of heartening to know that there are kind souls out there considerate enough of people’s needs. But!! How would you react to this incident where a couple tips a pregnant waitress $900 but then the woman tells her it wasn’t her money?
Wouldn’t that make you think that if not their then whose money could it be, was it stolen?
1 Not everyone can afford the luxuries of holiday shopping
With the season’s holidays around the corner, most people are hurrying and scurrying to complete their Christmas shopping. Unfortunately, there are several who are still struggling to pay bills and can’t afford such luxuries of life. You’ll find the majority of this population will be looking online for payday loans in Waco (surrounding areas) to get help over the holidays.
A heavily pregnant waitress Sarah Clark from Phoenix, Denver with just a month due is still working her butt off waiting tables all because she is the only breadwinner in her family. As luck would have it, her fiancée is also hospitalized due for knee surgery.
2 A beautiful and divine gift
Recently Sarah had a couple as customers who became quite a regular in the café where she worked. Liker Sarah the woman was also Pregnant. The couple soon struck up a rapport with Sarah who let slip the fact that she was still struggling to get even with her bills and that she had no time or the resources to go shopping for the holiday.
The kind couple returned one day to make an order but when they left the woman wrote down a huge tip of $900 despite of the bill being just $61. Sarah couldn’t believe her eyes and she began crying after seeing the generosity of her customers. When this couple tipped a pregnant waitress she also wrote a heartwarming note. “This is God’s money. He gave it to us so we could give it to you.”. This was an unbelievable gift for Sarah given in the true spirit of the season.