I hope this touches someones heart and makes them think next time they see someone in need. My today was not the usual feeding animals and tending to things i had been short of breath and feeling bad the day before so i was going to the doctor early this morning. I was up early to feed my young chicks and my husband stayed home to drive me to the doctor he worries when i'm sick. Got to the docs and found out i had a respiratory thing and he wrote out me a prescription i joked with him about giving him a turkey. Paid for my office visit and headed to the grocery picked up some soup and something easy to fix for supper. Then to wally world to get my prescription filled and pickup some necessities not my idea of fun feeling bad as i did. But there was still the feed store to go to and feed to buy i looked at my shrinking money in my wallet and complained. Hit the feed store and picked out 3 bags of different feed and didn't have enough to pay i had just $20 and it wasn't Friday yet so as it is sometimes i used my credit card. Standing in line my stomach made that familiar growl of hunger it had been a while since breakfast and i was getting hungry. Loaded the vehicle and told my hubby it's time to get home and have some lunch and get my meds taken. Pulling up to the intersection we took a left and as we got to the entrance to wally world there sitting on the curb was a man in a black coat and a baseball cap. I looked intently as we got closer to him and i saw he was holding a cardboard sign. A small simple cardboard sign that read these heart wrenching words "JUST HUNGRY" and in small letters in the corner "Thank You". I thought my heart was going to break right then and there so many emotions flooded my mind and i told my husband we need to give him something. I said we have to go back we have to do something i was just so hurt by those words on that sign "Just Hungry" My husband said give him what you feel you should and i opened my wallet and took out $10. We turned around and went back in the lot and we had to make a u turn in the lot to get back to him. I saw cars passing him and looking and thought "How could they not help!" We pulled up beside him on the curb and i rolled down my window to hand him the $10 and as he noticed me he rose up and i could see he was a man of maybe 40 with blue eyes and his face was pale and drawn but when he saw the money His Face "lite up" and he said "OH! Thank You" I could tell by his tone and expression that he appreciated it so much. I said God Bless You and He said to me God Bless You and we drove away. I started crying and my husband ask me what was wrong i said that touched my heart and very soul to see him there with that sign "Just Hungry" I cried the entire trip home and the man was heavy on my heart and soul and i prayed for him. My husband said you are a wonderful kind woman God will bless you for this. I said NO! I do not! want to be blessed for this i said I want him to blessed because he needs it i don't. I just kept repeating the sign "Just Hungry" and how that was all he wanted. I cried and cried and wondered did anyone else stop? Was the $10 enough to help him should i have done more? I'm sobbing as i write this and I'm still hoping and praying for that dear man that God will bless him and give him what he needs. I hope someday we will live in a society where no one has to sit on a curb and proclaim to the world that they are "Just Hungry" I will always remember him and his sign " Just Hungry"