One Little Act

  

 I started as someone pushed impatiently past, knocking their wire basket against my hip. Oh dear. They’d probably been tutting behind me for ages and I hadn’t heard. I adjusted my hearing-aid and squinted at the rows of pet food. The cheaper cans were on the top shelf. They would be. I raised a stiff arm towards them. 

 ‘Can I help you?’ said a voice. ‘Is this what you want?’ 

 A young man deposited two tins of cat food into my trolley and went on his way. 

 And I smiled the whole walk home. 

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