Letters to editor

Good deeds in Fairfield

By From page A8 | April 05, 2014

We would like to extend our thanks to the young mother and baby son who paid for our dinner at the Texas Roadhouse on a recent Thursday night. We do not know who she is, and also do not know why she did such a wonderful deed.

We are senior citizens from Vacaville and were so very thankful to her for her thoughtfulness. We were enjoying seeing her beautiful young baby boy, and talked to him most of all. As she left, she told my husband to have a good day. This just goes to show that being nice and friendly and polite to others will always get a lovely response from them.

Thank you so much for your kindness and thoughtfulness, and if you ever see us again, please let us know so we may thank you personally. God Bless you and your family and keep you safe and happy.

Ken and Shirley Matzinger


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  • Jason KnowlesApril 05, 2014 - 7:52 am

    What a nice story! Pay it forward...

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  • CD BrooksApril 05, 2014 - 8:04 am

    Jason, I agree! We started out with paying bridge tolls for the next ten cars behind us on Christmas Eve way back in the 70's and it became a standard on our return home for the next twenty years! Giving is wonderful and fulfilling. Very nice!

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  • Rich GiddensApril 05, 2014 - 8:41 am

    Its called karma and they shall be rewarded.

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