Driving home from Gold’s Gym at dusk yesterday, there was a man holding a cardboard sign at a huge intersection.
His cardboard sign message began, “Just One Penny”.
It happened so fast I couldn’t catch the whole message. It seemed like the next part was, “Makes a big difference”.
In fifty years my wife and I have never owned an ATM card. We don’t carry cash.
However, I keep a few dollars in the glove compartment, which we use to pay the three dollars it costs each time our son is at the Kiddie Gym.
I rolled the window down and handed him something. It was more than a penny, but it was probably not more than enough.
But at least I tried. Can you imagine begging for something as insignificant as a penny?