This story seems like the screenplay to a romantic comedy, but it is totally real. And adorable.
Ellie Farnfield was traveling to London on a train to teach a fitness class when she became disoriented and suffered a seizure.
She woke up at the train station confused and holding a note and money from a man named "Tom" who said he had helped her during her ordeal.
"Hi Eleanor. I hope by the time you read this you are feeling better. You had a seizure on the train and I took you off.
You didn't hit your head but I may have hurt your leg as I walked on it before realising you were on the floor having a fit! Sorry!
I'm also sorry I can't stay with you now but here is a coffee to perk you up later and £10 to make sure you get a taxi home.
Sorry I don't have anymore money so I hope you don't live far away. I've contacted people from your phone and medical help is on its way and you're with train staff.
Wishing you all the best and a quick recovery. Love Tom."
Farnfield is now trying to find Tom to thank him with the hashtag #findtraintom on Twitter.
How lovely was that need more people like this #findtraintom— becky osmann (@beckyo82) October 27, 2015
Upon hearing that his flight was being led by a woman, a passenger left this note for pilot Carey Smith Steacy. She posted photos of the note to her Facebook page, along with this response:
To @David in 12E on my flight #463 from Calgary to Victoria today. It was my pleasure flying you safely to your destination. Thank you for the note you discreetly left me on your seat. You made sure to ask the flight attendants before we left if I had enough hours to be the Captain so safety is important to you, too. I respectfully disagree with your opinion that the "cockpit" (we now call it the flight deck as no cocks are required) is no place for a lady. In fact, there are no places that are not for ladies anymore. I have heard many comments from people throughout my 17 year career as a pilot. Most of them positive. Your note is, without a doubt, the funniest. It was a joke, right? RIGHT?? I thought, not. You were more than welcome to deplane when you heard I was a "fair lady." You have that right. Funny, we all, us humans, have the same rights in this great free country of ours. Now, back to my most important role, being a mother.