I came across this beautiful story a few days ago and it just totally put me in a good vibe. 21-year-old Trenton Lewis from Little Rock, Arkansas, walked 11 miles every day for work. He left at midnight to get to his 4 a.m shift at UPS on time.
He never missed a day. He was never late.
Lewis never told anyone that he didn't have a car. He's never been one for excuses -- especially when it comes to providing for his 14-month-old daughter.
"I wanted to be with my daughter, to be able to support her. I wanted to be a father," Lewis told Arkansas Matters."My pride is strong. Whatever she needs, I'm the person who is supposed to provide it for her."
But his UPS coworkers eventually found out, and last week, they surprised him with his first car.
FULL STORY HERE