Now for what makes the day unreal. I was taking my mom home today after a CT scan and we stopped to grab a few groceries for her. We were stopped in the parking lot of her seniors community piling her groceries onto her walker so she could get them in. This guy, maybe in his late 40s to early 50s, stopped his car alongside my van and came around to where we were. His words were "I don't want to weird you both out, but I wanted you to have these to make your day a little brighter!". He then handed me a dozen red roses, which I promptly handed over to my mom. I thanked him and wished him a wonderful day as well. He hopped in his car and left. This is a gated community, so he must have been there visiting someone. He was too young to live there.
He didn't give out creepy guy vibes. He seemed like he was geniuinely wanting to spread a smile to others. Sometimes, you forget that there are people like that out there, but they do exist. With hubby being gone and the pain of these blood clots, it still seems like a pretty good day thanks to the kindness of a stranger.