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Sometimes they take them, sometimes they don't. Today was a success! These people do so much for our world and I am happy to have made this guy smile. It's the little things!
I work the Night shift at a little gas station in Michigan. It gets really lonely and long most nights when the entirety of 3rd shift is me and one other coworker. However this little guy showed up in our door camera one year, he was only about the size of the padding on your index finger. We genuinely thought nothing of it because we have a mini Spider season where a bunch of them come and go but not this guy. He stayed and when winter hit he would depart and by the time mid February hit he would come right back. We got to watch this little guy grow, have a little Spider family, and get bigger and bigger. Third shift has grown so attached to him he personally gets a pardon every time the exterminator comes if he's in his little spot or not.
This is now year three and he's the biggest he's ever been! We are so happy to see him come home again and spend those long unforgiving nights with us once more. Everybody please welcome home Herman or beloved "seasonal employee" door camera Spider.
"I aim to be this happy"
I was having a particularly hard day and it made me smile to get such a nice and kind message from a chat agent when helping me out with a query :)
I’m now a mother of two and his words mean everything.
I took my kiddos to a park in Staten Island, NY on a stop on our way home to another state. Getting into the car I approached this man who was casually feeding a stray cat who lived at the park. He told me he’d found him there about a year ago when he was a few weeks old and comes a few times a week to feed him. 🥺