Picking your nose? Insulting a waitress? Stealing a co-workers lunch? You’re likely to have eyes on you whenever you do anything untoward these days.
Do you behave differently when you know no one is watching?
It sure is neat to be caught doing something good, especially when you’re just being yourself. That’s what happened to Mohamed Sanu Sr. a 27 year old wide receiver for the Atlanta Falcons.
The writers of the letter were seated behind Sanu on a flight to a youth hockey training event with their 10 year old son. After the flight they handed him a letter. It said in part,
Quote, “Our son sat behind you on this flight and watched you. He saw you studying your plays, watched you make healthy choices with your snacks, [and] watched how polite you were to everyone.” Then near the end of the letter, they told him he should be proud of the fact that he’s “an inspiration to children.”
We agree! \m/