During lockdown, a small act of kindness can go a long way.
On Friday last week, Kelso residents Graham and Helen Moon found a letter in their mailbox from a young girl called Gabby.
In it, they received a coffee sachet, a teabag, Mintie and, most importantly, a note saying: "I don't know you but I'm sure you're lovely and I pray you are well. Just something to make you smile."
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It might not be much but it was something that the Moons were taken by and they wanted to acknowledge the kind gesture from the stranger.
"I think it's fantastic," Mrs Moon said.
"That child needs to be recognised. It's a lovely thing and I haven't had something like this happen to me before.
"I presume our other neighbours got one too and hopefully they'll read it and recognise it too.
"We just want to express our sincere thanks to the residents at Rosemont Avenue, coupled with the thoughtfulness of the gift from Gabby and her kind generosity in these really trying times. Well done little one."
The small note has given a bit of joy to the Moons, who have been stuck in lockdown like the rest of Bathurst.
To pass the time, the two have been busy with a number of hobbies, including needlecraft, puzzles, crosswords and painting rocks.