December 14, 2018

Photo of Walmart cashier helping nervous man count change goes viral

15 November 2017, 02:10 | Joann Bryant

Heartwarming post tells story of Walmart cashier who helped nervous man count change

SWEET: Cashier Helps Man Count Change at Walmart

Spring Bowlin said she was waiting in the checkout line at Walmart in MS last week when she noticed the customer in front of her was having trouble counting his change at the cash register.

The customer's hands began to quiver after failing to correctly count the change in his first attempt.

She said his hands and voice were shaking as he pulled out handfuls of coins from his pockets. "We will do this together, '" a customer patiently waiting recounted in a now-viral Facebook post detailing the heartfelt gesture.

Bowlin says when it was her turn to check out, she thanked the cashier for being so patient with the man. "What's wrong with our world is we've forgotten how to love one another", she said, according to the post.

Spring Herbison Bowlin posted a photo to Facebook with a story about what happened at the retailer last Thursday in Clarksdale, Mississippi. She recalls that the man became flustered and told others he was sorry for taking up their time. A number of comments on the post thanked the cashier for her kindness while others thanked Bowlin for sharing the encounter. "I got out my card and was on the verge of stepping in to pay, but I stopped. Compassion like that has a way of changing hearts".

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