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Wednesday, October 21, 2009

A First Class Seat and a Thank You

I just have to share this story with ya'll. You know hubby was gone for a week, visiting family in OK. On the flight back he tried to upgrade to first class but it was already full. His assigned seat was at the very back of the plane. He made himself comfortable, sat back and waited for the plane to take off.

After a while he saw the stewardess walking his way with a younger man following her. They stopped when they came to my hubby and the stewardess explained that the man wanted to give up his first class seat to him, and thanked him for serving our country. You see, hubby was wearing this hat.

There aren't too many folks left in the world that can say they served in WWII. Hubby politely refused, and thanked the younger man. However, the younger man insisted and the stewardess helped hubby re-locate to a first class seat.

Nice story, isn't it?

10 comments:

rm2h said...

I wish we would thank every member of the military for all of their service. The young man was so right, we need to appreciate the WWII veterans the most since we will lose alot of them soon. My brother-in-law just got out after 30 years of service in the Navy. He would have stayed longer if he could. He did a stint in South Korea. Please tell your husband that I am thankful that he serviced for the US military to keep the US free.

Linda Henderson said...

There are still some nice people left in the world.

s7anna said...

That's a wonderful story. Thank you for sharing. I got goosebumps all over my body as I read it. That was a beautiful thing to do...Thanks Tory for helping me start my day off right...it's nice to know that there are still some great souls out there...gives me hope.

Thanks.

Tory Richards said...

As I am for your brother-in-law. Thirty years is a life time to give to our country.

You're right about WWII veterans. Hubby was 16 and lied about his age to go to war. He's much older than me but he still has the heart and soul of a young man. Just his body doesn't agree with him:)

Tory Richards said...

Yes there are Linda. Makes my heart feel good when I hear stories like this.

Tory Richards said...

I got a little emotional when hubby was telling me the story, Anna.It meant a lot to him.

Virginia C said...

Please thank your husband for his service to our country. I have a very high regard for the men and women serving as our armed forces. Thanks for sharing this story.

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Tory Richards said...

You're welcome Virginia, and I did:)

Marianne said...

My dad was in WWII -- he also lied about his age to serve (he was 17 y.o.). My DH fought in Desert Storm, my Uncle in Korea. I have a strong and healthy respect for our veterans, and am so proud of your DH and of that wonderful young man who gave up his seat.

Tory Richards said...

Yeah, that was something. My hubby didn't know how to take it at first, he was so surprised over it.

God Bless your family members who served our country, too.