Going to a concert is always exciting, but we all know how chaotic it is when it all ends.
It’s easy to lose your friend, or even your belonging when you’re busy trying to get through those big crowds.
A teenager named Kinley had the worst experience when she went to a concert with her friend in downtown Richmond. The concert itself was great, but what happened afterwards left Kinley terrified.
When the concert ended, she was separated from her friend because there were too many people outside of the venue.
Kinley panicked, because she gave all of her stuff to her friend before the concert started.
This meant that her friend had Kinley’s phone, keys, and wallet.
She had no idea how to get home, and it seemed like she was not going to be able to find her friend.
Alone in the middle of the night, Kinley was getting scared.
The fact that it was only 21 degrees didn’t help, either. In fact, Kinley was freezing because she didn’t bring her jacket. She only wore a tank top to the concert, afraid that she was going to lose it.
Since she had to get home one way or the other, Kinley decided to walk and try to get some help.
Then, she saw a bus stop nearby, so she walked over there.
That’s when a woman named Felicia noticed Kinley. Kinley was asking strangers for directions to get home, and Felicia could see how lost Kinley was.
The fact that Kinley was only wearing a tank top also worried her.
So, Felicia decided to the unthinkable – she took her own coat off and gave it to Kinley, and waited with her for the bus to arrive. She even talked to the bus driver and made it possible for Kinley to ride for free.
After exchanging names, Kinley and Felicia then went on their ways.
A few days later, Kinley posted a photo of the jacket with an urgent message on Facebook –
“I completely forgot to give this woman her coat back and give her the sincere thanks and utmost gratitude she deserves. This woman, without knowing a single thing about me, showed complete generosity, compassion, and humanity.
I have to find this woman, and I won’t give up until I do.”
Thanks to the efforts made by people on Facebook, Kinley and Felicia were finally reunited.