Taco Bell Cashier

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Here is a great story written by McKinley Corbley, for the Good News Network.  It’s a story about a Cashier at a Taco Bell in New York who wrote kind messages on customer receipts to brighten their days!

No matter how busy it may get behind the counter at Taco Bell, this 27-year-old employee always tries to include an extra serving of inspiration with her customer orders.

Kelly Stewart has only been working at Taco Bell in Camillus, New York for about four months, but she has already received plenty of feedback from her customers.

The feedback isn’t negative, however; Stewart has received an outpouring of praise since customers started publicizing her small acts of kindness on social media.

For the last month, Stewart has been taking the time to write inspiring quotes and encouraging anecdotes on the back of customer receipts.

One customer told Syracuse.com that she had recently left the fast food restaurant only to find one of Stewart’s note included with her order.

“I got this message that said ‘when you reach the end of your rope, tie a knot around it and hang on…”’she told the news outlet.  “It made me stop in my tracks and smile.  Knowing someone took the time out of their work or life to write this is another example that there are still good people out there.”

Since Steward began her labor of love one month ago, she says that she had included hundreds of motivational messages in people’s orders.

Stewarts customers are now rallying to repay the favor by calling on Taco Bell’s Corporate branch to recognize and reward her for going above and beyond the call of duty.

Though she has received widespread attention for her kindness, the 27-year-old cashier simply says that she writes the messages because she “loves people” and because she wants to be a good role model for her 6-year-old son.

“I may just work at a fast food place, but you have to take pride in what you do,” Stewart told WXIA.  “Especially with how hard today’s times are, it’s nice to put a smile on someone’s face.”

This story is so inspiring because it reminds us that everyone needs encouragement. That is why we created shareable positive word cards at Seeds That Bless. Together we can make a difference.

Plant Hope. Be Encouraged.

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