Filling up with Bob

Every now and then, I read a blog that moves me emotionally. This is one of those blogs. I hope you enjoy reading this piece from Heidi Viars as much as I did.

Heidi Viars

“One person can’t change the whole world.
But one person can change the whole world of another person.”

I decided to pull into the wholesale gas station. Might as well, even though I only needed half a tank, I was already in town and gas was cheaper here. I leaned against the car and watched the numbers click away behind the Plexiglas. Filling up wouldn’t take long.

When the attendant saw me, he slowly made his way over, nodded and greeted me with a gentle, “Thanks for stopping in.” He wore a yellow vest and a baseball cap. The bill reached over his thin framed glasses. His face was covered with a light blue disposable mask and his hands with latex gloves. From what I could see of his face, I guessed him in his late fifties. I acknowledged him with a “How are you today?” not realizing, the ensuing…

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4 thoughts on “Filling up with Bob

  1. Heidi Viars October 11, 2020 / 11:15 pm

    Thank you for the re-blog 🙂 Blessings, dear friend!

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