Woman Buys Coffee for 2 Women Who Insulted Her at Michigan Tim Hortons

25 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Humiliated By Other Customers At Tim Hortons, Michigan Woman Buys Their Order.

The next morning, Dianne Hoffmeyer saw her email account lock up after receiving about 1.5 million notifications and messages and her Facebook page was jammed with messages from around the globe, according to The Times Herald. “One positive action in a negative moment has caused a tsunami of friendship for me with moms that are going through the same thing,” the 41-year-old Burtchville Township woman told the newspaper.

FORT GRATIOT (CBS DETROIT) Her first reaction was hot tears of shame, but her second reaction, the one that matters, has resonated with people around the world. Hoffmeyer was choosing from a selection of timbits doughnut holes earlier this week for her fussy 22-month-old daughter Liliana when she said the two women in line behind her hit her with verbal fire. Then she turned back and told the employee she wanted to buy coffee for the women behind her, whom she later described on Facebook as “mean and bitter ladies.” “None of my employees witnessed it, paying for the order behind you is kind of a regular thing here at Tim Hortons so they didn’t think anything of it,” said manager Brittany Sanders at the Tim Hortons in Port Huron. “I definitely think that she set a real example of killing it with kindness and not reacting and taking the high road about it.” Hoffmeyer recounted the incident on Facebook, where it quickly garnered 166,000 likes and thousands of messages of support.

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