• 'Credit to her generation': Sammie Welch, 23, with her three-year-old son Rylan. (SWNS)'Credit to her generation': Sammie Welch, 23, with her three-year-old son Rylan. (SWNS)
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    A young mum was moved to tears when a kind stranger handed her a note and £5 (CAD $9.35) on a train - for being a ‘credit to her generation’.

    Samantha Welch, 23, was given the hand-written note as she sat cuddling her three-year-old son Rylan who was asleep on her lap.

    The scribbled letter, written on a piece of scrap paper, praised her for her parenting skills, and was signed 'man on train at table with glasses and hat’.

    The note also included a £5 note so Samantha could ‘buy herself a drink’.

    It read: 'Have a drink on me, you're a credit to your generation, polite and teaching the little boy good manners.

    The mysterious, generous stranger's note given to Samantha. (PA)

    Sign-off: The final part of the heartfelt note. (PA)

    'PS I have a daughter your age, someone did the same for her once. Hope when she has children she is as good a mother as you.'

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  • WAHMSWAHMSAs a WAHM (Work at Home Mom), there are many things I get to do in the home office that probably wouldn't fly in an actual office. For instance, I bet people who work in an office rarely have co-workers hiding under their desks or trying to lick them because they think it's funny.

    Many things wouldn't work in an office, here's proof:

    1. Wearing pajamas all day. -- "I know there's a dress code, but these Paul Frank flannels pants are so darn comfy."

    2. Breastfeeding -- "Joan, you look hungry. Are you sure you don't just want to suckle at …? No? Well, if you change your mind."

    3. Stopping work to do laundry. -- "Tony, Jeff, Kate, Tom, Leslie, Bill, Joe, Jose, Sara, Amy, Beth, Stacey … anyone have anything that can go in on hot, I'm doing whites?"

    4. Taking business calls while locked in the bathroom. -- "Excuse me Samantha could you refrain from flushing, I'm on a conference call. Great, thanks."

    5. Constantly shushing the people around you. --"Seriously guys, I'm trying

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