Today, I ran into a homeless man who put a big smile on my face. I was coming out of a restaurant and a homeless man asked me if I wanted to buy a discount ticket to a nearby restaurant. I replied, “No, thanks.” He told me, “You can have it for a dollar.” I still said “no thanks.” I left him and headed to the bus stop. While waiting at the bus stop, the homeless man passed by me. I saw him stop to smell some flowers. As I looked at him, I could see him look around trying to find money. He looked really hungary. So I called to him and asked, “Are you trying to get something to eat?” He headed back toward me and answered,”Yes, I’m trying to get something to eat.” I didn’t know if I had any money, because I never carry any. I always use my debit card to buy everything. So I dug into my purse. I came up with a dollar and gave it to him. He said thank you and hesitated. I realized with just a dollar he couldn’t get much of anything. So, I kept digging into my purse. I came up with a total of .86 cents. He seemed satisfied and thanked me profusely. He told me his name, Sebastian, and walked away. I watched as he walked away and wondered what had happened to him that caused his homelessness. I turned to my left to see if the bus was coming. I felt someone on my right and turned to look. It was the homeless man again. He said, “Here, these are for you.” He handed me a bouquet of flowers and hugged me. I took a really good look at him. A really good look! He was a very handsome man, and the suntan he had, brought out his very blue eyes. He walked away leaving me with a feeling that even a homeless man can give someone a gift. He left me with a smile on my face. And I’m still smiling.