LETTER: Faith in good people renewed at a Saukville truck stop lunch

To Ozaukee Press:

A group of 13 ladies from Lasata Heights in Cedarburg were out for their monthly lunch-brunch. Well, due to a mixup, we went to Riversedge Restaurant, a well known, highly rated little truck stop in Saukville.

I had been there before and wondered where they would put all of us. It turned out there was no need to worry, there was room at the inn.

A very friendly young man proceeded to take our orders, no easy job with a large group of elderly (the oldest is 98) women.

The food was excellent and plenty—you know how the elderly like to take home restaurant food. As we ate, we talked about how good the food was and about coming back, maybe for breakfast.

Then our young waiter came to tell us that a kindly man had paid for all of our dinners. We didn’t believe him at first, but it was true. We were dumbfounded.

We ask God to bless this unknown man for renewing our faith during these troubling times.

 (In an effort to “pay it forward” a bit, we elderly ladies left our nice waiter a sizable tip.)

Pat Schmit
Cedarburg

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