Heartwarming photo captures Walmart cashier helping nervous man count change


As she was standing in line at the check-out, she noticed the older man in front of her struggling to pay.

Spring Herbison Bowlin posted a photo to Facebook with a story about what happened at the retailer last Thursday in Clarksdale, Mississippi.

Once the man left with his purchases, Bowlin said she thanked the cashier for being patient with him.

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She said, "The lovely cashier takes his hands and dumps all the change on the counter and says, 'This is not a problem, honey".

The post has more than 32,000 likes and 19,000 shares. Bowlin said the men then started to miscount and quickly became flustered. "Gives me a muttered, 'I'm so sorry.' His hands and voice are shaking", writes Bowlin.

The cashier intervened and assured him that everything was going to be okay. She stayed calm, reassured the man and proceeded to help the man count his change.

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"This is not a problem, honey". But Bowlin said the cashier wasn't fazed. "What's wrong with our world is we've forgotten how to love one another".

The post has resonated with many people. Kindness, patience and compassion for the win! "If everyone would take a page out of her book there would be less hate", says another.

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