This week, in summation, we’ve covered Boeing, an angry Busta Rhymes, and more Boeing. But my favorite story I’ve across this week is a heartwarming story captured by a passenger on a Southwest Airlines flight. It’s pure, lovely, and so wholesome I want to cry. A man, appropriately called “flight angel” comforted a 96-year-old woman on her first flight after nearly two decades. She was on the Southwest flight to visit family in Kansas City for her birthday, and after experiencing turbulence, she asked the man if she can hold onto him.
The man let her hold onto his hand and even helped her walk down the aisle when she needed to get up! Anyways, please continue reading Megan Ashley’s post because everyone needs to learn from this flight angel. Lend your hand to a frightened seatmate! Lend your shoulders to a tired seatmate!
On my flight from San Diego to Nashville today, sitting in the row next to me was a 96 year old woman who hasn’t flown…
And call your grandma (or any grandma)!
[Featured Image: Facebook/Megan Ashley]