This month I came full circle and had a synchronistic moment.
It was my first day manning the United Healthcare Medicare kiosk in Walgreens.
Many of my previous “jobs” and experiences came into place:
- NC Credit Union – Setting up booths and tables to market the Credit Union, greeting the public and answering questions
- VA Credit Union – Creating and teaching a robbery training class…it was a public place and anything can happen
- -NC Police Department – Keeping my head on a swivel and paying attention even if it looked like I wasn’t paying attention
- VA and NC Art Shows– Setting up for art shows, greeting and talking to people
A gentleman walked in who was about 35-40 years old, dressed in a nice pair of jeans, a shirt (don’t remember the color), some copper-colored tennis shoes and a hat with the same copper color in the initials on the cap. He said hello and I responded back.
I then noticed him in the check-out line which had grown to about 4-5 people. I don’t remember what he purchased but heard him ask about the flowers and the cashier saying they were for Breast Cancer Month. He picked up a bunch and continued to wait in line. I thought how nice and thoughtful that was of him to get them for someone who had been through or going through breast cancer.