Were to start..I was shopping at the Walmart in Sun City Center Florida dreading to need an electronic cart. For the most part people are very rude to those of us who need the assistance of an electric cart to get around with in Walmart. I had already encountered those who wished I weren't there at all but I continued on to the check out. I was in an express lane that was full as I waited I noticed an express lane empty and made my way to be checked out when two women with more than 20-items in each of their carts cut me off another blow to my already unseeingly bad day. I went back to the check out where I preciously had been when I started talking with a young woman who was a teacher. We talked about how her grandfather had needed an electric cart and felt as though his independence was threatened. When this young women was checked out she wished me well and went her way how nice to talk with someone who really cared. When i went to check out I realized my husband had his MasterCard with him in the car embarrassed not having enough money to pay for my food I handed the bags of food back to the clerk and went to find my husband. I was almost to where the car was parked when a young woman shouted out someone had paid for my groceries I owed for. I was so surprised I asked her if she was sure she reassured me she would not tell me if it were not true. As I started back to the store the young woman started to her car when it hit me this was the young woman who was a teacher and had treated me so kindly at that moment I knew she had paid for my groceries. When i asked her if she had paid for my groceries she shook her head no but I told her I knew it was her and thanked her for her act of kindness she smiled and went on her way. As i approached the check out counter for the groceries left behind I told the cashier what had happened it confirmed to me indeed it was the teacher that had helped me that day you see she did not know it was early in the month my husband and I had an usually rough month and was wondering even if I should have bought groceries that day. Thanks to the caring and kindness of a young teacher who cared enough to help me half of my food was paid for that day. In my life time I have slipped money into the purses of women who needed a little help at church never knowing someday I would need help. I wish I knew her name I would love to thank her again for being that ray of sunshine for me on an unpleasant day.