I was at Wal Mart this morning to pick up some art supplies for the kids to make a Welcome Home Banner for David. I am minding my own business when I hear this lady (Walmart employee) yell at another employee. I am really trying to ignore this confrontation. The lade was so loud and going on about how she wasn't putting the cupcakes on the stand that she told her too and this poor lady is about to break down into tears. My heart was breaking. I really wanted to go give her a big hug.
I walked off, I didn't want the lady to feel even more embarrased about being yelled at in front of customers. As I walked off, I got madder by the second. I went up to a cashier and asked her if she could get a manager for me. A few minutes later I was telling my story. He thanked me for letting him know and he headed straight over to the bakery.
I am not one who goes and complains to a manager. That poor woman needed someone to stand up for her. I felt bad for telling on this woman who did the yelling.
I called my mom after I got in my car. She reassured me that if she was yelling at her employees, then it isn't the first time. And she could be yelling at customers too.
Why does it feel so bad to do the right thing?
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