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A Missouri Cracker Barrel waitress was extremely surprised when a group of regular customers teamed up to buy her a car

Christmas came early for this incredibly grateful Cracker Barrel waitress.

The holiday season is a time for giving, but rather than write a check to their local charity, a group of Missouri Cracker Barrel regulars decided to take the Christmas spirit to a whole new level. We’ve written about amazing tippers before, but recently, a group of six people who had gotten to know their Cracker Barrel waitress, Cindi Grady, decided to gift her a car.

The heartwarming story begins with a couple who was moved after hearing about Grady’s struggle to take care of her disabled son while driving a car that was on its last legs. Grady tells the story of her very own holiday miracle on social media:

"Today I received the best ever tip, bar none. Group of 6 regulars came in and requested my section and I had a great time waiting on them. When they left they handed me a $20 bill and it was 30% and I was happy. A few minutes later my boss came up to me and told me to let someone deliver what was on my tray and come with her. I was wracking my brain trying to figure out what I had done to warrant a conference with management. But she led me not to the office but to the outside where the 6 people I had just waited on were standing. They told me they had seen me come to work all summer in my shabby car and wanted to bless me with a 2008 silver Ford Fusion they had just purchased. This was the nicest gift I have ever gotten and from barely strangers. I'm still shell shocked."

Grady later told Arkansas Matters that the gift had completely restored he faith in humanity. "I was in a spot where I was depressed," she said. "Just feeling like nobody cares. It's very different now."

In addition to the gift (or perhaps because of it), Grady posted on Facebook that her insurance agent waived all fees, and her mechanic put in a third brake light for free.

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Waitress gets $1,200 tip from a $20 bill: 'There are good people in this world'

Brianna Siegel has only been a waitress at Bar Louie in Woodbridge, New Jersey, for three months, but she just got the surprise of a lifetime.

After talking to a young couple in the restaurant for a few hours, 21-year-old Siegel was astonished to find they had left her a $1,200 tip for their $20 meal.

“They came up and said, ‘You were a great waitress and we’re giving you this envelope. Don’t open it until you get home,’” Siegel told TODAY of the interaction last Tuesday, Aug. 22. “I honestly thought maybe it was a prayer card or a little Bible, so I stuck it in my apron until I got off at 10:30.”

Siegel did as they asked and refrained from opening the envelope until she arrived at her boyfriend’s house after work. This is when she discovered that the huge check with an accompanying note.

“They were honestly the nicest customers I’ve ever had,” said Siegel. “Even if they wouldn’t have given me the tip, they were just really nice people.”

According to Siegel, the couple, who had only ordered two cheeseburgers and drinks, had been curious about her career path as well as her religious beliefs. Siegel explained to them that she was hoping to pursue a degree in nursing and that she was a practicing Catholic.

While the couple wanted to remain anonymous, their note included a Bible verse, as well as a message that said, “Whenever it gets hard, know God[‘s] got you.”

“I just want everybody to know that there are still really good people out in this world,” said Siegel. “I can’t even say how thankful I am.”


Waitress gets $1,200 tip from a $20 bill: 'There are good people in this world'

Brianna Siegel has only been a waitress at Bar Louie in Woodbridge, New Jersey, for three months, but she just got the surprise of a lifetime.

After talking to a young couple in the restaurant for a few hours, 21-year-old Siegel was astonished to find they had left her a $1,200 tip for their $20 meal.

“They came up and said, ‘You were a great waitress and we’re giving you this envelope. Don’t open it until you get home,’” Siegel told TODAY of the interaction last Tuesday, Aug. 22. “I honestly thought maybe it was a prayer card or a little Bible, so I stuck it in my apron until I got off at 10:30.”

Siegel did as they asked and refrained from opening the envelope until she arrived at her boyfriend’s house after work. This is when she discovered that the huge check with an accompanying note.

“They were honestly the nicest customers I’ve ever had,” said Siegel. “Even if they wouldn’t have given me the tip, they were just really nice people.”

According to Siegel, the couple, who had only ordered two cheeseburgers and drinks, had been curious about her career path as well as her religious beliefs. Siegel explained to them that she was hoping to pursue a degree in nursing and that she was a practicing Catholic.

While the couple wanted to remain anonymous, their note included a Bible verse, as well as a message that said, “Whenever it gets hard, know God[‘s] got you.”

“I just want everybody to know that there are still really good people out in this world,” said Siegel. “I can’t even say how thankful I am.”


Waitress gets $1,200 tip from a $20 bill: 'There are good people in this world'

Brianna Siegel has only been a waitress at Bar Louie in Woodbridge, New Jersey, for three months, but she just got the surprise of a lifetime.

After talking to a young couple in the restaurant for a few hours, 21-year-old Siegel was astonished to find they had left her a $1,200 tip for their $20 meal.

“They came up and said, ‘You were a great waitress and we’re giving you this envelope. Don’t open it until you get home,’” Siegel told TODAY of the interaction last Tuesday, Aug. 22. “I honestly thought maybe it was a prayer card or a little Bible, so I stuck it in my apron until I got off at 10:30.”

Siegel did as they asked and refrained from opening the envelope until she arrived at her boyfriend’s house after work. This is when she discovered that the huge check with an accompanying note.

“They were honestly the nicest customers I’ve ever had,” said Siegel. “Even if they wouldn’t have given me the tip, they were just really nice people.”

According to Siegel, the couple, who had only ordered two cheeseburgers and drinks, had been curious about her career path as well as her religious beliefs. Siegel explained to them that she was hoping to pursue a degree in nursing and that she was a practicing Catholic.

While the couple wanted to remain anonymous, their note included a Bible verse, as well as a message that said, “Whenever it gets hard, know God[‘s] got you.”

“I just want everybody to know that there are still really good people out in this world,” said Siegel. “I can’t even say how thankful I am.”


Waitress gets $1,200 tip from a $20 bill: 'There are good people in this world'

Brianna Siegel has only been a waitress at Bar Louie in Woodbridge, New Jersey, for three months, but she just got the surprise of a lifetime.

After talking to a young couple in the restaurant for a few hours, 21-year-old Siegel was astonished to find they had left her a $1,200 tip for their $20 meal.

“They came up and said, ‘You were a great waitress and we’re giving you this envelope. Don’t open it until you get home,’” Siegel told TODAY of the interaction last Tuesday, Aug. 22. “I honestly thought maybe it was a prayer card or a little Bible, so I stuck it in my apron until I got off at 10:30.”

Siegel did as they asked and refrained from opening the envelope until she arrived at her boyfriend’s house after work. This is when she discovered that the huge check with an accompanying note.

“They were honestly the nicest customers I’ve ever had,” said Siegel. “Even if they wouldn’t have given me the tip, they were just really nice people.”

According to Siegel, the couple, who had only ordered two cheeseburgers and drinks, had been curious about her career path as well as her religious beliefs. Siegel explained to them that she was hoping to pursue a degree in nursing and that she was a practicing Catholic.

While the couple wanted to remain anonymous, their note included a Bible verse, as well as a message that said, “Whenever it gets hard, know God[‘s] got you.”

“I just want everybody to know that there are still really good people out in this world,” said Siegel. “I can’t even say how thankful I am.”


Waitress gets $1,200 tip from a $20 bill: 'There are good people in this world'

Brianna Siegel has only been a waitress at Bar Louie in Woodbridge, New Jersey, for three months, but she just got the surprise of a lifetime.

After talking to a young couple in the restaurant for a few hours, 21-year-old Siegel was astonished to find they had left her a $1,200 tip for their $20 meal.

“They came up and said, ‘You were a great waitress and we’re giving you this envelope. Don’t open it until you get home,’” Siegel told TODAY of the interaction last Tuesday, Aug. 22. “I honestly thought maybe it was a prayer card or a little Bible, so I stuck it in my apron until I got off at 10:30.”

Siegel did as they asked and refrained from opening the envelope until she arrived at her boyfriend’s house after work. This is when she discovered that the huge check with an accompanying note.

“They were honestly the nicest customers I’ve ever had,” said Siegel. “Even if they wouldn’t have given me the tip, they were just really nice people.”

According to Siegel, the couple, who had only ordered two cheeseburgers and drinks, had been curious about her career path as well as her religious beliefs. Siegel explained to them that she was hoping to pursue a degree in nursing and that she was a practicing Catholic.

While the couple wanted to remain anonymous, their note included a Bible verse, as well as a message that said, “Whenever it gets hard, know God[‘s] got you.”

“I just want everybody to know that there are still really good people out in this world,” said Siegel. “I can’t even say how thankful I am.”


Waitress gets $1,200 tip from a $20 bill: 'There are good people in this world'

Brianna Siegel has only been a waitress at Bar Louie in Woodbridge, New Jersey, for three months, but she just got the surprise of a lifetime.

After talking to a young couple in the restaurant for a few hours, 21-year-old Siegel was astonished to find they had left her a $1,200 tip for their $20 meal.

“They came up and said, ‘You were a great waitress and we’re giving you this envelope. Don’t open it until you get home,’” Siegel told TODAY of the interaction last Tuesday, Aug. 22. “I honestly thought maybe it was a prayer card or a little Bible, so I stuck it in my apron until I got off at 10:30.”

Siegel did as they asked and refrained from opening the envelope until she arrived at her boyfriend’s house after work. This is when she discovered that the huge check with an accompanying note.

“They were honestly the nicest customers I’ve ever had,” said Siegel. “Even if they wouldn’t have given me the tip, they were just really nice people.”

According to Siegel, the couple, who had only ordered two cheeseburgers and drinks, had been curious about her career path as well as her religious beliefs. Siegel explained to them that she was hoping to pursue a degree in nursing and that she was a practicing Catholic.

While the couple wanted to remain anonymous, their note included a Bible verse, as well as a message that said, “Whenever it gets hard, know God[‘s] got you.”

“I just want everybody to know that there are still really good people out in this world,” said Siegel. “I can’t even say how thankful I am.”


Waitress gets $1,200 tip from a $20 bill: 'There are good people in this world'

Brianna Siegel has only been a waitress at Bar Louie in Woodbridge, New Jersey, for three months, but she just got the surprise of a lifetime.

After talking to a young couple in the restaurant for a few hours, 21-year-old Siegel was astonished to find they had left her a $1,200 tip for their $20 meal.

“They came up and said, ‘You were a great waitress and we’re giving you this envelope. Don’t open it until you get home,’” Siegel told TODAY of the interaction last Tuesday, Aug. 22. “I honestly thought maybe it was a prayer card or a little Bible, so I stuck it in my apron until I got off at 10:30.”

Siegel did as they asked and refrained from opening the envelope until she arrived at her boyfriend’s house after work. This is when she discovered that the huge check with an accompanying note.

“They were honestly the nicest customers I’ve ever had,” said Siegel. “Even if they wouldn’t have given me the tip, they were just really nice people.”

According to Siegel, the couple, who had only ordered two cheeseburgers and drinks, had been curious about her career path as well as her religious beliefs. Siegel explained to them that she was hoping to pursue a degree in nursing and that she was a practicing Catholic.

While the couple wanted to remain anonymous, their note included a Bible verse, as well as a message that said, “Whenever it gets hard, know God[‘s] got you.”

“I just want everybody to know that there are still really good people out in this world,” said Siegel. “I can’t even say how thankful I am.”


Waitress gets $1,200 tip from a $20 bill: 'There are good people in this world'

Brianna Siegel has only been a waitress at Bar Louie in Woodbridge, New Jersey, for three months, but she just got the surprise of a lifetime.

After talking to a young couple in the restaurant for a few hours, 21-year-old Siegel was astonished to find they had left her a $1,200 tip for their $20 meal.

“They came up and said, ‘You were a great waitress and we’re giving you this envelope. Don’t open it until you get home,’” Siegel told TODAY of the interaction last Tuesday, Aug. 22. “I honestly thought maybe it was a prayer card or a little Bible, so I stuck it in my apron until I got off at 10:30.”

Siegel did as they asked and refrained from opening the envelope until she arrived at her boyfriend’s house after work. This is when she discovered that the huge check with an accompanying note.

“They were honestly the nicest customers I’ve ever had,” said Siegel. “Even if they wouldn’t have given me the tip, they were just really nice people.”

According to Siegel, the couple, who had only ordered two cheeseburgers and drinks, had been curious about her career path as well as her religious beliefs. Siegel explained to them that she was hoping to pursue a degree in nursing and that she was a practicing Catholic.

While the couple wanted to remain anonymous, their note included a Bible verse, as well as a message that said, “Whenever it gets hard, know God[‘s] got you.”

“I just want everybody to know that there are still really good people out in this world,” said Siegel. “I can’t even say how thankful I am.”


Waitress gets $1,200 tip from a $20 bill: 'There are good people in this world'

Brianna Siegel has only been a waitress at Bar Louie in Woodbridge, New Jersey, for three months, but she just got the surprise of a lifetime.

After talking to a young couple in the restaurant for a few hours, 21-year-old Siegel was astonished to find they had left her a $1,200 tip for their $20 meal.

“They came up and said, ‘You were a great waitress and we’re giving you this envelope. Don’t open it until you get home,’” Siegel told TODAY of the interaction last Tuesday, Aug. 22. “I honestly thought maybe it was a prayer card or a little Bible, so I stuck it in my apron until I got off at 10:30.”

Siegel did as they asked and refrained from opening the envelope until she arrived at her boyfriend’s house after work. This is when she discovered that the huge check with an accompanying note.

“They were honestly the nicest customers I’ve ever had,” said Siegel. “Even if they wouldn’t have given me the tip, they were just really nice people.”

According to Siegel, the couple, who had only ordered two cheeseburgers and drinks, had been curious about her career path as well as her religious beliefs. Siegel explained to them that she was hoping to pursue a degree in nursing and that she was a practicing Catholic.

While the couple wanted to remain anonymous, their note included a Bible verse, as well as a message that said, “Whenever it gets hard, know God[‘s] got you.”

“I just want everybody to know that there are still really good people out in this world,” said Siegel. “I can’t even say how thankful I am.”


Waitress gets $1,200 tip from a $20 bill: 'There are good people in this world'

Brianna Siegel has only been a waitress at Bar Louie in Woodbridge, New Jersey, for three months, but she just got the surprise of a lifetime.

After talking to a young couple in the restaurant for a few hours, 21-year-old Siegel was astonished to find they had left her a $1,200 tip for their $20 meal.

“They came up and said, ‘You were a great waitress and we’re giving you this envelope. Don’t open it until you get home,’” Siegel told TODAY of the interaction last Tuesday, Aug. 22. “I honestly thought maybe it was a prayer card or a little Bible, so I stuck it in my apron until I got off at 10:30.”

Siegel did as they asked and refrained from opening the envelope until she arrived at her boyfriend’s house after work. This is when she discovered that the huge check with an accompanying note.

“They were honestly the nicest customers I’ve ever had,” said Siegel. “Even if they wouldn’t have given me the tip, they were just really nice people.”

According to Siegel, the couple, who had only ordered two cheeseburgers and drinks, had been curious about her career path as well as her religious beliefs. Siegel explained to them that she was hoping to pursue a degree in nursing and that she was a practicing Catholic.

While the couple wanted to remain anonymous, their note included a Bible verse, as well as a message that said, “Whenever it gets hard, know God[‘s] got you.”

“I just want everybody to know that there are still really good people out in this world,” said Siegel. “I can’t even say how thankful I am.”



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