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This is nacho typical fast food story.

Kelly Stewart, a 27-year-old Taco Bell employee in upstate New York, decided to use her platform to spread encouraging messages to her customers — and they appreciate it.

The article goes on to state the following:

Stewart, who has been working at the Tex-Mex chain since last fall, began writing inspirational quotes and putting them in customers’ orders in an effort to help make a positive impact on their day.

“I enjoy people,” she told Syracuse.com. “I like helping them make each day better. And it’s important for me to set a good example for my six-year-old son. Sometimes life can be tough, and I like looking up quotes and writing them out for people.”

The notes have not gone unnoticed.

Heather O’Donnell, one of Stewart’s customers, told Syracuse.com that seeing the message in her order restored her faith in others.

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