I’m not crying happy tears, you are.
This is Trenton Lewis, a 21-year-old single father living in Little Rock, AR.
Lewis works on the loading docks of the UPS ground center, and often has to start work at 4 a.m.
As Trenton explained to KATV, without a car, his 5-1/2 mile commute to work could often take two or three hours. Lewis would often wake up at midnight in order to make it to work on time.
“[My job] got more important to me when I had my daughter,” he said. “I knew I had to step up.”
When his coworkers found out about his time-intensive commute, they felt they had to do something to help out.
His coworkers Patricia and Kenneth Bryant decided to start a collection to buy Trenton a car and managed to raise nearly $2,000 to buy him a used Saturn.
Trenton’s coworkers captured the moment they handed over the car to him on camera, and it is perfect.
You're gonna have to go to Facebook to actually watch the vid, unforch.
As Kenneth Bryant notes in the video, many of the people who donated to Trenton’s car fund had never even met him.
But, he continued, “sometimes, if you hang around good people, and good things happen.”