You’ve heard of being in the right place at the right time; that usually is chalked up to coincidence or, if you’re spiritual, fate.
But some things happen that go beyond the realm of coincidence and make you take pause; the only explanation is it must be the work of a high power.
That’s the only way to explain the situation Kim Colvin found herself in.
Kim made supper for herself: roast beef, with a vegetable medley, macaroni and cheese, green beans, corn on the cob, and corn muffins.
The meal was way more than she could have ever eaten on her own.
“Ever since the boys got grown and I live on my own,” Kim said. “I really don’t know how to cook small anymore.”
It’s a common problem that many empty-nesters find themselves in, and unfortunately, not enough families know the feeling of “too much food.”
When Kim was finished eating, she looked around at all the food leftover and knew she would never be able to consume it all before it went mad.
So she made a decision that would change not only her life but the lives of complete strangers.