A couple proved that good people still exist after they gave a bartender a $300 tip upon hearing the story of her grandsons, who are triplets. So, the question is, what did the grandmother do then? Find out more.
On the 30th of April, 2016 at the First and Last Chance Pub, a waitress from North Dakota aged 48 initiated a conversation with a sympathetic couple and a few other patrons.
Other patrons also joined in on the chat. The two people were able to provide the bartender with some much-required assistance.
She had never actually encountered such generosity before, so the woman was taken aback by the considerate behavior of the husband and wife. Before this, all she had done was hear about it. Here are more details about the bartender and the couple’s generous act.
Since they were two months old, Shiela Weisgerber, a grandmother from Lisbon, North Dakota, raised her four-year-old triplet grandsons, Bentley, Dalton, and Ashton.
The woman’s daughter, who was a single mother and 30 years old, was unable to shoulder the responsibility of caring for three children while already having a young child.
A car cr@sh took the life of the boys’ father just a few short months earlier than the boys’ mother. During an interview with ABC News, Weisgerber said:
“I offered to take care of the boys after she acknowledged that she was unable to do it when they were just two months old. She had been trying to raise them herself.”
In the beginning, raising the triplets was very overwhelming for the grandmother, but eventually, she was glad for the opportunity to watch her grandsons grow. Weisgerber confessed that she would do it again if given the chance.
Since she started working there in October 2015, the North Dakota native has frequently shared stories about her grandsons with those she serves as a customer service representative.
Finally, on April 30, 2016, her kind words about the triplets landed her some help.
A couple was sitting nearby when they overheard the bartender having conversations with other patrons about her family.
Weisgerber said in an interview with ABC News that her children and husband were stunned when they learned that her grandchildren were triplets.
Thus, the husband and wife conducted a kind deed by making use of the information.
In addition to their $33 tab, they left an enormous tip of $300 for Weisgerber and a note that said, “Take care of those boys!!”
The eyes of the bartender were really stunning. As she put it:
“At first, I didn’t think it was possible. Before turning away from it, I gave it some additional thought. Is that indeed the case?
You learn about it through reading and hearing, and it makes you curious. Do individuals actually behave in this manner?
After Weisgerber realized it was real, she went to the bathroom and cried hard. Indeed, she was touched by the couple’s generosity.
Afterward, the grandmother shared her story on Facebook about what had happened. Their generosity had an impact on a great number of people, including David Cole Jr., who was the proprietor of the bar.
He revealed that many terrible things had been happening, but the generosity made everyone in the bar brighten up. Also, the pair’s act made him believe that good people still exist.
The story of Weisgerber ought to serve as an illustration for everyone to treat people with compassion and kindness, regardless of how trivial the situation may be.