On Friday while I was at Mary's salon appointment Bryce and the three boys went to Food 4 Less. They picked up manly food staples such as chips, salsa, and nacho cheese in a can. As they put their stuff on the belt they saw a lady ready to bag her groceries--the most groceries they'd ever seen anyone get at one time. The woman looked like she'd had a rough day. And with a daunting task in front of her (you bag your own stuff at this store) it wasn't likely to improve.
Tyce looked at his dad and smiled. Then without saying a word, he went over to her lane. He scooped up her items and loaded them into sacks. Then he put the bags into her cart.
Bryce said that the woman looked shocked that someone would help her like that, and he could tell that she was really touched. She thanked Tyce and was really grateful. She offered him money for his service; he declined but she insisted. So he took the $3 . . . but when she wasn't looking he slipped it back into one of the grocery bags.
Harrison said to Bryce, "That was so nice of Tyce. If he was at my school he would definitely earn a 'Be Kind' bracelet."
For being a good example to his brothers and letting his light shine for others, I am really proud of this kid. We love you, Tyce!