Con­cern was very much ap­pre­ci­ated

Winnipeg Free Press - Section E - - ARTS & LIFE -

ON May 1, I was walk­ing along Navy Way, hav­ing at­tended the Battle of the At­lantic ser­vice at HMCS Chip­pawa.

I was hav­ing trou­ble walk­ing when a gen­tle­man came up be­hind me and asked if I was all right. I as­sured him I was, and when he asked where I was headed. I said, “the park­ing lot.”

He stayed with me un­til I got into my car. He then got into his car, which was close by.

It was hot, so I de­cided to get out and take my jacket off. Just as I was get­ting back in, a friend came by, and we started talk­ing. The gen­tle­man in the other car re­al­ized I had a friend with me, so he drove away.

To the gen­tle­man who walked with me: thank you, sir, for your con­cern; it was much ap­pre­ci­ated.

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