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Thanks snow blower guy. Some...

by MO_Thoughts2 on February 24, 2013   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


I was helping a friend dig her driveway out. We still had about a quarter of the driveway to do, but were getting tired. We had done enough to get her car into the garage and for her daughter to park on the driveway, but not in the garage. We were calling it an evening when a young man from a couple doors down came over with his snow blower and finished the job up for us. She offered some cash, but he said no thank you.

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