A couple of weeks ago Larry and I bought tile for our kitchen remodeling. When we got home, Larry discovered that the cashier had charged us for only 30 tiles rather than the 32 which we had bought. There was no question that Larry would take the receipt back to the store and explain that we owed another $20.00.
It was a small amount, perhaps not important to the store (one of a large chain), but it was important for us to know that we were honest. We've had similar experiences in the past, returning to a store to "make things right." Occasionally clerks or cashiers will give us odd looks; occasionally, one will say, "Good karma," as this one said to Larry.
So, for today, I am grateful for an honorable husband.