Diane returned to her car to find somebody had clipped her wing mirror. The actual mirror hadn't smashed and she luckily found the back cover lying in front of her car intact. It simply just had to be fastened on.
I best mention here that Diane is a postal worker, and sometimes we postal workers will use our cars to navigate around our deliveries. This is what she was doing on this specific day. After discovering her wing mirror had been hit, she got in her car to move it to her next stop. As she parked her car a driver pulled up behind her so close that she had no room to manoeuvre.
'Great,' she thought, 'he has blocked me in.'
A young West Indian man got out of the car and approached her.
Not knowing what to expect, Diane was a bit stunned when he said, 'Excuse me, did I clip your mirror back there?'
'Somebody did, yes,' she said.
He had followed her to own up and he fixed it for her there and then. He even offered her money for a new one but she refused.
One more thing to mention about Diane is that she had made a batch of double choc chip muffins which she was selling at £1 each to raise money for Children in Need.
'I'll tell you what you can do for me,' she said to the young man, 'you can buy a muffin for a pound. The money will go to Children in Need.'
To which he happily did.
'You know,' she said to me, 'I really want to stress that he was black. Young black lads get a lot of bad press. What he did really comforted me.'
It was a nice story, then she added, 'And out of my £5 ingredients, I made £105 for charity.'
Well done, Diane J