About an hour or so ago I went into town and got my mail at the old govt. post office that has to be 80 years old,the doors are very stiff but anyways I go in and there's an elderly gal slowly making her way to the door,maybe 30 feet away and not moving very fast,no one around but me so I waited by the door with my hand on it to signal my intention I would open the door for her,she looked surprised at first and then happy and said thank you after leaving the building.
That made my day but I also could see the surprise in her eyes that I could actually spare ten seconds of my time for her instead of like some of the younger folks who cant fart without text messaging ten of their buds that they just did.
Things are changing,peeps are in too much of a rush now.
I remember it was only a few years ago in my small burg that the person you stopped for at a crosswalk waved and you waved back.