"This is Joseph Pidgeon playing his guitar in his wheelchair down by the canal in Fremont.
While he was reaching into his pocket he asked me if I would do him a favor. He pulled out his wallet and searched for a few minutes, finally handing me a business card. He wanted me to call the number and give a heartfelt thank you.
Joseph told me how a while back, when he was in Ballard looking to play his guitar for some change, a man stopped and gave him some money for food. After Joseph played a song for him in return, this man, noticing that there were only three strings on his guitar, handed him his business card and told him to go to Dusty Strings in Fremont, that he could purchase some new strings there and that they would be paid for.
So later, when Joseph went to Dusty Strings, not knowing what to expect, he found that not only had this man paid enough for new strings, but enough to get a new nut for his fret board and a battery for his tuner.
There are so many beautiful ways to touch someone's heart, the man who reached out to Joseph did just that. His name is Michael Carlson. He is a commercial investment specialist, look him up if you are in need of such services or if you just want to say thank you to him. You can find him on his website at http://www.lynnmaccommercial.com/"