Good Samaritan Gives Up First Class Seat on Philly Bound Flight for Mother And Young Daughter
Not so long ago I was waiting in line to go into a gender-neutral bathroom. After waiting in line for about 10 minutes, I got excited because I was up next. But that wasn't the case once I saw a pregnant woman trying to get in the bathroom quickly You just can't say no to a pregnant woman. So I let her skip the line and go in front of me. I thought I was the coolest person ever because I love seeing pregnant women happy.
Well, now there is a guy making headlines and is making me look like I didn't do enough for that one pregnant woman. Actually, in this case, it was a woman (Kelsey Zwick) and her 11-month-old daughter.
They were all on a flight headed towards Philadelphia when the unidentified stranger gave ups his first-class seat for the mother and daughter.
Zwick mentioned in a Facebook post, “the flight attendant came over and told me you were waiting to switch seats. You were giving up your comfortable, first-class seat to us."
That’s amazing, right? Unfortunately, Kelsey Zwick found out midway through her pregnancy that her twins were diagnosed with twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome. This syndrome affects identical twins in the placenta.
How can you possibly not help someone with such a cute baby, by the way? Zwick has no idea who the great samaritan was but she is very thankful. She mentioned in her Facebook post, "I was pushing a stroller, had a diaper bag on my arm and also lugging an oxygen machine for my daughter. We had smiles on our faces as we were headed to see her “friends” at CHOP." (Children's Hospital of Pennsylvania)
It is quite interesting how that individual did not want a thank you or anything. He just wanted to see a mother and daughter be extremely comfortable and happy.
Gotta love it! Make a good deed and not make a big deal about it. You can get satisfaction by making others happy. We don't always need a "thank you" after helping someone out, right?