I stumbled into the Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum yesterday in some distress. I had been caught out in the sun, I hadn't had enough to eat and was shaky and short of breath. A lovely man called Ronnie took me in and calmed me down, gave me the best cup of tea I've ever had and made me eat until I felt better. All this whilst telling me about Andrew Carnegie, dealing with a steady stream of other visitors to the site and giving out refreshments. I just wanted to thank Ronnie for his warmth and kindness and for really helping me yesterday in my hour of need.
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