Thanks for the lift

Winnipeg Free Press - Section G - - ENTERTAINMENT -

I was at Polo Park along with my sis­ter and our 95-year-old mother, on our way to my mother’s weekly hair ap­point­ment.

We were mov­ing my mother from the car into a wheel­chair when she col­lapsed onto the floor in front of the front seat. De­spite our com­bined best ef­forts, we could not move her ei­ther into the wheel­chair or back into the front seat.

We strug­gled for a while un­til all three of us were ex­hausted.

Along came a really nice fel­low who ex­plained that he worked at Deer Lodge. This won­der­ful man and his wife care­fully lifted my mother back into the front seat and then went on their way.

I deeply re­gret that I do not re­call their names. But thank you, thank you from the bot­tom of my heart.

— Rosanne Sut­ton

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