EAGLE MOUNTAIN, Utah — A woman from Eagle Mountain says she feels hopeful after receiving something she never expected to get back.
Julie Cordell-Seamons says she had several flags stolen on Halloween, including a rainbow LGBTQ+ Pride flag.
But a few days ago, she discovered a new Pride flag left on her porch, along with a handwritten apology note.
"I'm sorry for taking your flag last fall. It did not sit right with me, so I'm making it up to you guys for my actions. Have a good 2021," the note read. (Editor's note: Corrected for punctuation)
This heartfelt gesture from the anonymous person with a change of heart didn't go unnoticed.
"I'm assuming it was a trick-or-treater. It looked like a kid from what I could tell," Cordell-Seamons told FOX 13 on Monday. "But I was so impressed — to have an adult do that, let alone a kid, you know, admit they were wrong and try to make up for it... I seriously started tearing up. In this day and age, we don't see that a lot, so it meant a lot to me. It warmed my heart."
She says she forgives the person and wishes the best for them.