Saturday, February 24, 2024


A Good Deed

By Karla Kiefer, Cape May

To the Editor:

On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, I went for a walk to the Good Deeds Market in Cape May. I told the proprietor I was a local when he asked. I am a resident of the Cape May Housing Authority.

Then, as a conversation on a milk bottle started, he said his wife made almond milk in it. I was not sure if the 1 liter bottle would be right for my 1 quart packets of milk, so he looked on his cell phone at the equivalent of 1.07 quarts.

As I said I wasn’t sure, he brought out a bag and put the bottle in it. He would not take my money. In the spirit of MLK Jr., poverty concerns with poor people, I was not willing to go without the gift.

So, I have an unexpected blessing. Greg said he and his wife were not spiritual when I asked him if he believed in God. So, check out the store that the Herald featured in an article Jan. 10, 2024.


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