A woman who was given a place to sleep by a friendly family from Tennessee now expects to find the strange sweets 20 years later.
Cambrie Anderson, who lives in Louisville, Tennessee, traveled to Facebook to share the moving story of some good Samaritans who helped a family in need.
Anderson was only a teenager when her family and best friend Megan drove from Indianapolis to Florida to go on vacation to Disney World.
"We ran out of money on the trip home and we had no place to sleep the night we went through Tennessee," he wrote.
Cambrie Anderson is looking for the sweet Tennessee family (pictured) who gave her a place to sleep when she and her family ran out of money during a 1999 holiday
"Somehow, I made friends with a family at a service station and they kindly let us sleep in their house that night (maybe it was different, but that's how I remember it)."
& # 39; Yes, we sleep in the house of a complete stranger & # 39;
Anderson posted a photo of the sweet family hoping that someone on Facebook could help identify them.
The photo shows a couple smiling at the camera, sitting on the floor of their house with their three young children: two boys and a girl.
Anderson, who lives in Louisville, Tennessee, traveled to Facebook to share the moving story of some good Samaritans who helped a family in need.
"There's probably no chance I'll find them, but I hope social media can help," Anderson wrote.
– Here is the family. All I know is that they lived somewhere in Tennessee in 1999. "
The only thing Anderson remembers is that she and her family were driving back to Indianapolis from Florida.
She believes they were off I-64 north or I-24 west when they met the family.
Anderson (pictured) will move to North Carolina this month and would love to find the family she still thinks about often
"Other than that, I have no idea where we were in Tennessee," he wrote.
Anderson will move to North Carolina this month and would love to find the family she still thinks about often.
"I'm dying to know what led them to invite us to their house at night," he said.
"I think I was a convincing teenager!"
The publication has been shared more than 5,000 times. Anderson said that five people have approached but he has not yet been able to locate the family.
"It's a remote possibility," he said. "But I guess more crazy things have happened."