And he showed me a pair of gloves. And a scarf. Neither of which he had taken to work with him in the first place.
They were gifts, he explained. From random strangers. People buying groceries who saw him in the parking lot and knew they had what he needed. He said it made the night more fun than playing video games, which, if you know my son, is saying A LOT.
To those folks who saw a kid in need and did something about it: thank you. I promise to pay it forward.
What a Wonderful World!