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Quiet, thoughtful stranger stops by to help family carve turkey

Nashville, TN - As families across the country celebrate Thanksgiving, inspiring stories are surfacing online of everyday Americans going out of their way to help each other in their time of need.

One great example comes from Mary Jennings of Nashville:

"I just want to send a huge public shout-out to the stranger who helped carve our turkey. I searched my house up and down for my carving knife with no luck. Then, out of the blue, he showed up at our door and helped slice up our turkey. I still don't know how he knew to bring a knife, but I'm thankful."

Jennings went on to say that while he doesn't say much, he agreed to stay for dinner.

"He seems super shy. But hopefully, he'll feel more like himself once we get a few drinks in him."

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