A grandmother raising triplets alone discovers a note one day and $300 on a table at work… Then…

When a couple overheard a bartender’s story about her triplet grandkids, they decided to leave her a $300 tip, proving that nice people are still out there. What, then, did the grandmother do? Learn more.

On April 30, 2016, a waitress from North Dakota, age 48, struck up a conversation with a sympathetic couple and a few others at the First and Last Chance Bar. The pair offered the bartender some much-needed assistance.

The woman was shocked by the husband and wife’s thoughtful conduct because she had never really experienced such kindness; she had only heard about it. Here is some additional information regarding the bartender and the couple’s kind gesture.

Shiela Weisgerber, a grandma from Lisbon, North Dakota, raised her triplet grandsons Bentley, Dalton, and Ashton since they were 2 months old.

The woman’s 30-year-old daughter, a single mother, was unable to manage caring for three kids while already having a toddler. The boys’ father had also perished just a few months earlier in a car accident. Weisgerber said in an interview with ABC News:

She tried to raise the boys, but when they were two months old, she admitted she couldn’t, so I offered to take over.

The grandmother found parenting the triplets to be quite challenging at first, but she soon became grateful for the chance to see her boys develop. Weisgerber acknowledged that, given a chance, she would repeat the act.

Since she began working there in October 2015, the native of North Dakota has frequently told her clients about her grandsons. On April 30, 2016, she received some assistance thanks to her lovely words about the triplets.

A couple overheard the bartender talking to other customers about her family. When they discovered that her grandkids were triplets, Weisgerber told ABC News, the couple was astounded. So, using the information, the husband and wife did something kind.

They left Weisgerber a huge $300 tip in addition to their $33 tab and a note that said, “Take care of those boys!” The bartender’s eyes were so unbelievable. Said she:

“At first, I couldn’t believe it. I gave it some more thought before looking away. Is it really true? You read about it and hear about it, and you wonder. Do people truly act in such way?

Weisgerber went to the bathroom and sobbed uncontrollably after realizing it was true. She was struck by the generosity of the pair.

After that, the grandmother posted her experience on Facebook. Many others were affected by the pair’s generosity, including Dave Cole Jr., the bar’s owner.

Everyone in the bar cheered when he said that there had been a lot of bad things going on. The pair’s behavior also gave him hope that good people are still there.

Weisgerber’s tale ought to serve as an example for everyone to treat others with compassion and kindness, no matter how small.