The pregnant waitress gives the officer his lunch; what he later writes on his bill brings her to tears.
You are aware of how physically demanding and challenging it is to get tips if you have ever worked as a waitress.
Imagine doing this strenuous work when nearly eight months pregnant.
The first child of Courtney English, 23, is on the way. As she prepares to give birth, she works as a waitress at the Lamp Post Diner in New Jersey.
While preparing for her big arrival, the devoted waitress is working hard to pay the expenses.
She works her shift, holds her baby, and smiles as usual while helping a neighborhood police officer.
Even though his bill only costs $8.75, the message he puts on it makes Courtney cry.
The diligent waitress is trying to save as much money as she can before the birth of her child.
Brian Cadigan, Courtney’s father, called his daughter “a strong young girl.”
On a busy Friday, English served a new face among her regular customers: a Voorhees County police officer.
She served him with her characteristic grin and they struck up a casual conversation as the cop came in for lunch.
He finished his meal, paid the cashier, and left the establishment.
His bill came to $8.75 when it was time to cash the check. But he didn’t just leave the usual cash and tip. Because of what he wrote on his bill, he garnered widespread attention.
It was real, she claimed. According to her father, Brian, “It really moved her.” There were several occasions when she received a large tip, but it was always the small comment that won her over.
Courtney raced to her boss in tears because she was so distraught. Her father shared her tale on Facebook, where it quickly became well-known. This generous deed moved so many people.
What a kind police officer; after all her hard work, the waitress deserved a rest!
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