Where: Indianapolis, Indiana US
Where: Indianapolis, Indiana United States of America
How: Jon Petz at the 90th FFA National Convention and Expo A stranger at the airport
Story: On October 29, 2017, around 4:50 (eastern time) I was informed that I would no longer be able to fly on the plane because there were no seats open on the plane. That's when I started to freak out, what if I lost my connection flight home? What if I didn't make it home? Not only that but I'm going to make it home much later than planned and still have to go to school the next day. This lady popped out of nowhere and told the agents that she would let me have her seat so I wouldn't be separated from my FFA chapter. I can describe how thankful I am, why did this lady drop her first class tickets to let a teenager be able to go home. I guess this question will have to stick beside me the rest of my life unanswered. If you are that stranger who gave up her seat and are reading this right now, I want you to know that I appreciate you more than words and actions can describe.Once, again Thank you!!! -Ashley firstname.lastname@example.org
Where: Eagle Point, OR
How: My Mom gave it to me after she received it at the 90th National FFA Convention. She thought it would be a great gift for me to learn about for my 10th birthday. I will pass it on to my brother Brayden.
Where: National FFA Convention in Indianapolis.
Story: I heard this story during a session at the 90th National FFA Convention. I hope this card goes far and makes someone’s day.
Where: Indianapolis, Indiana USA
How: The card was given to me at the 90th National FFA Convention.
Story: I am 18 and a 6th generation farmer in Nebraksa. Whenever I get to come off of my small farm in rural Nebraska it is always a brand new learning experience. When I was 7 my younger brother, who was 3 at the time, was diagnosed with cancer. It was always kinda rough on my family, I didn't know at the time but looking back at my life I knew a lot was kept secret from me about what all happened, but I had to be quiet about it for my brother. This had me so much more mature for my age well between that and growing up on a farm has always taught me that life is short an never take it for granted. It has now been almost 8 years since my brother has been cancer free and my family and I are all still together. I know my story could have been so much different but I am glad it was not. So my big take away that I would like to share is: life is short do what you love with who you love and don't take that time for granted.
Where: Indianapolis, Indiana United States
How: I received the card from John petz. I will be giving my card to the passengers sitting next to me in the plane.
Story: I received my card at a the National FFA Convention and Mr.Petz was out keynote speaker. His story inspired me to pass on my card.
Where: Indianapolis, Indiana, United States or America
How: Recieved from Mr.Petz Giving to southwest flight attendant
Story: I received the cars in honor of Nathan from Mr.Perz at the National FFA Leadership Conference and now I am traveling back to California and I'm sharing his story by passing it onto my flight attendant I hopes she will find Nathan's family
Where: Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
How: I was given this card at the 2017 National FFA Convention and Expo
Where: Indianapolis indiana
How: My card was given to me from my FFA student, Justin. He has been a student of mine for several years. While attending National FFA he attended a general session and heard your message. He felt compelled to give me the card and share the message.
Where: Indiana, USA
How: My boyfriend gave it to me after he listened to John speak.