I was informed of something very heartwarming that of course occurred while I was busy somewhere else!
On the anniversary of 9/11 (last week for those of us a wee bit messed up with the days!) a manager from a well known pizza company visited the Police, Fire and Ambulance stations of the Concrete Jungle and took orders for free pizza (sods law when I'm not there!).
Low and behold a couple of hours later he returns with a stack of pizza for the workers to tuck into.
This really struck me as a great thing to do. Although we were not directly involved in the incidents at the time (even we couldn't make that ORCON time!), it seemed to recognise and commemorate the role the services played over there at the time. The manager of the restaurant was American and felt compelled to do something to say thank you.
Always nice to feel appreciated and you can never go wrong with free food!