But I am happy that this young women’s efforts were recognised.
What we need though is not simply anonymous generosity but public respect.
Besides dropping us a fiver and helping us with our bags, the ultimate kindness would be to relieve us of the baggage of nasty and negative preconceptions.'Respect' for single mothers? Why? For a start 'single mother' is a title with many causes.
Widow? Yes, huge respect.
Divorcee? Mmm, maybe not as much, but mistakes happen in all areas.
Slut who spread her legs for half the male population of her postcode without bothering to even get their phone numbers because the taxpayer will fork out? Get outta here!
But the whole point of the story, which Suzanne has clearly missed, is that the reason he gave her the note and money in the first place is that her actions are so bloody rare!
The very fact that she wasn't, as most I see are, engrossed in her smartphone and even noticed that her child was taking up a seat is almost miraculous.