When Carolyn Mick went to pick up a 케이크 from her local Kroger in Plainfield, 인디애나, she discovered someone had already paid for it. The cake also came with a note, signed by “Toni, Tyler’s mom.”
In the note, Toni explained that her son had died five years ago and she wanted to honor his memory by buying Mick’s cake.
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“Today is my son’s 35th birthday, his 5th one in Heaven,” Toni wrote in the note, which was posted online. “In his memory I’ve paid for your cake. Please enjoy, make special memories and hug your children and loved ones tight. My son loved cake!”
A woman in Indiana inspired her community this week when she paid for a stranger’s cake as a way to honor her late son’s memory on his birthday. (iStock)