Ran­dom acts of kind­ness

Winnipeg Free Press - Section G - - LIFE -

and ran to my car and got me out. More trav­ellers stopped when they saw the car sit­ting on its roof, one be­ing a para­medic and an­other be­ing a nurse.

With­out the help of these great peo­ple, I would not have been able to get out of the ve­hi­cle.

My heart­felt thanks to all who helped me and to all who care enough to stop when a fel­low hu­man be­ing is in dis­tress. I had dropped my hubby off at the doors of the Man­i­toba Clinic, and went into the parkade to find a park­ing spot.

Af­ter I had just parked the car and was plac­ing the keys in my purse, a lady two stalls down came up to me and said, “Here, you might as well use my ticket. There’s still an hour and a half left on it. I’ll just back out and you take my spot!”

So, I thanked her and told her how nice that was of her, then got into my car and once she backed out, I pulled in.

This was so sweet of her! It re­ally helped me out as I would have had to looked for an ATM be­fore I could have paid for the park­ing. And my hus­band was wait­ing for me to join him in the doc­tor’s of­fice.

Not only did she pass on good karma to me, but her young child who was with her was be­ing taught a very pre­cious les­son on how to treat other peo­ple. Con­grats to this gen­er­ous lady.

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