On Everyday Angels


This evening Dan shared with me that as he was gassing up the Mini Cooper (the Blue MaGoo), he saw a very distraught older woman struggling with a walker. She made a beeline for him and asked if he could give her a ride home, that she had just gotten out of the hospital and had lost her money. We are often approached by panhandlers, but Dan said this woman was in tears and obviously in rough shape. Without a second thought, he said he’d be happy to help her, loaded her walker into the back of the car and drove her to the projects as she asked. He then told her he had something to give her, and put a twenty dollar bill into her hand- “Now you have some money.” I think that woman found her angel for the day. And me? I’m glad that I married Mr. MacKenzie, Angel First Class.


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