(#28) Puppuccino Man!

I shared this through my Instagram feed (beyondthebiscuit) so pardon the redundancy. (Note: I’m still building my vocabulary thanks to Steve.) 

My last blog post thanked the little humans for their kindness and suggested that they might be able to teach the big humans a thing or two.

A few days later, a big human stepped up and made a difference in my life.

Steve and I had just walked to the local puppuccino shop. I don’t get many of these treats but do I love them! Yum!

Unfortunately, like so many other places in our little beachside town, it was closed for walk up orders. No puppuccino today.

Steve talked to a man who stopped in his car. We had never seen him before. He seemed nice. He was there to pick up coffee for himself.  I was missing my puppuccino, though. The man looked at me and smiled.

We said goodbye and walked toward home. A few minutes later the man reappeared, got out of his car, and handed Steve a puppuccino. Can you say, “WOW!”?

Photo ©Steve Piscitelli

“The pup looked disappointed back there.” He smiled and left. All I can say is WOOF! (And YUM!) And thank you kind stranger.  You brought a wag to my tail that day.

All of us can benefit from a little less yapping and a bit more kindness.

Thank you for the sunshine you bring to those you meet each day.

Photo ©Steve Piscitelli

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Thank you for sharing my blog with your friends.

In my new book, Roxie Looks for Purpose Beyond the Biscuit, I share stories and lessons about friends, family, and fun. Perhaps it holds a biscuit or two for you!

WOOF!

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