Good Samaritan Brian Scholl doesn’t just deliver packages, he also delivers hope. While on his normal route, a customer’s doorbell camera caught Brian kindly shoveling the snow off her walkway.
Leigh Anne Skoda has had a hard couple of months. First, her husband was diagnosed with cancer, and after a hard fight, he passed away. Now widowed with three kids and living through a harsh Nebraska winter, Leigh Anne was at her wit’s end.
She called upon the kindness of her local FedEx driver one day when the tires on her car went flat. Brian Scholl eagerly helped fill her tires, so she could get on her way. But that wasn’t all that Brian did. Unbeknownst to Leigh Anne, Brian brought back a snow shovel and cleared her front walk.
“Doorbell cameras don’t only catch people stealing packages,” Leigh Anne explained, “Our FedEx guy stopped and out of the kindness of his heart, scooped my sidewalks. I truly feel like we cross paths with people for reasons. Thank you, Brian Scholl, for just being you, and being one of the people who truly ‘get’ our situation!”
It’s moments like these that remind us of the good in humanity. Kind people really are out there, and they don’t wear capes. Our superheroes can’t fly, but they can deliver packages, or bag our groceries, or do our taxes. Maybe we can even be the superhero in our community, and provide kindness to someone else.