Writing for Faith & Family, “the magazine and daily blog of Catholic living,” a D.C. writer with an admitted bias towards NYC, discovered something shocking while traveling around the bestest city in the whole world: civility and niceness.
Even stranger, she not only found it on the subway, but above ground also.
An excerpt from her startling report:
I was amazed a week or so ago when I took my daughter up for a weekend galavant and found that no matter where we went by bus or subway, people practically fell over themselves to yield their seats to my aunt.
In fact, wherever we went, clerks, public servants and people on the street were smiling, courteous and helpful.
It was downright weird.