BOSTON (CBS) – “It’s the little things that can really brighten up someone’s life especially in hard moments.”

That was a Cambridge man’s reaction after having a conversation with a remarkable MBTA bus driver Thursday afternoon.

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Samuel Gebru was taking the 64 bus home when he started talking to the driver, Debbie Crasco.

Crasco had three gifts bags behind her seat and Gebru asked her about them.

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“Debbie explained that she has a regular passenger who is a homeless mother with three young children. The mother lives in a hotel in Allston with her children. Debbie purchased lots of gifts and treats for her little kids,” Gebru wrote on his Facebook page.

“She’s had the gift bags with her for a few days now since she hasn’t seen the mother and her kids on the bus.”

The MBTA got word of Gebru’s post and posted a salute of its own to Crasco on Twitter.

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“Debbie isn’t looking for recognition, she’s just trying to do something kind for that mother and her three kids, but I’ll brag for her,” Gebru wrote.