How A Tattoo and a Fellowship of a Quirky Fish Chair Scaled Kindness Among Strangers
This fish chair second-hand store find could only go to one woman
It’s the fish chair meant for only one person.
Or so, that’s how this fish tale plays out.
CBS’ Steve Hartman has another great story that starts with a funky chair someone saw in a second hand store.
The story starts in a Facebook group
They posted the image on a quirky Facebook page called, “Weird Secondhand Finds That Just Need To Be Shared.”
A woman in Syracuse, NY saw the post and about fell out of her chair. As she showed the rest of the Facebook group, she has that very chair tattooed on her lower leg!
That’s all the group needed to see. They started raising funds to buy the chair and figured out a relay system to deliver it to her.
How do you explain this tattoo?
Emily Delfavaro can’t explain why she decided to get the tattoo years ago. Just like she can’t explain why a group of strangers would go to such an effort to get her the chair.
It’s just one of those things.
Those very, very nice things.
The kind of thing that’s so helpful to think about in these times.
Strangers working together to make good things happen.
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