Letter: Honesty heartening

I thank God for the individual who was honest and quick thinking, writes new resident S. McGill.

On May 19, I drove away from a downtown parking spot and left my wallet and mail on top of my vehicle hood.

I thank God for the individual who was honest and quick thinking as to take the items to the post office where the mail was from.

As I frantically looked for my wallet/mail, my hubby suggested I check at the post office. Sure enough, the items had been turned in there. It is such a relief to know there are people who make the right decision at a time of temptation.

God will bless you. Thank you again.

S. McGill, new resident of Grand Forks

 

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