There is a sense of raised stress in airports. Parties are scurrying to their barriers, others are annoyed that their flight is delayed, and some are just nervous to fly. So it’s always a good day when floors about strangers interacting kindly in airfields pop up.
Kevin Armentrout shared an experience on Facebook that his daughter had with a subject in the airport as they waited to card their plane.
He wrote, “Last night, while would wish to timber our aircraft, @_carterjean_ was being her normal inquisitive ego wanting to meet and say “hi” to everyone she could, until she ambled up on this soul. He contacted out and asked if she wanted to sit with him.” From there, the two ligament over animations and snacks.
Armentrout wrote: “He attracted out his tablet and demonstrated her how to draw with it, they watched caricatures together, and she offered him snacks. This wasn’t a short little exchange, this was 45 minutes.”
Armentrout took a photo of the two and shared it with the post. Carter Jean is intently looking at the tablet while the three men, whose name is Joseph Pat Wright, points out something on the screen.
“Watching them in that moment, I couldn’t facilitate but repute, different genders, different hastens, different contemporaries, and the best of friends. This is the world I demand for her, ” Armentrout included. “In a country that is continuously fed that it’s so profoundly divided by sentiment, I want their own lives to be fitted with moments like this … not radical or conservative republican or democrat, left-wing or financier, just HUMAN.”