Stacy is our guardian an­gel

Winnipeg Free Press - Section G - - THE SOCIAL PAGE -

My hus­band and I are se­niors who live in Elie. As a rule, we don’t travel much within the city of Win­nipeg ex­cept for our weekly gro­cery shop­ping trips in the west end.

One morn­ing, I had a med­i­cal ap­point­ment in St. Boni­face, while my hus­band was driv­ing on Portage Av­enue near Polo Park, a young lady pulled up be­side us and be­gan mo­tion­ing to the back of our car. I didn’t know what she was try­ing to tell us so I rolled down my win­dow to hear what she was say­ing. It turned out that our back tire was flat.

We both pulled over, and I at­tempted to call CAA on my cell­phone. How­ever, I was hav­ing dif­fi­culty be­cause I was too ner­vous. Thank­fully, the young lady helped me call in the in­for­ma­tion so help was on its way to fix the tire.

Then with­out hes­i­ta­tion, the young lady of­fered to drive me to my ap­point­ment.

Once she dropped me off, she drove back to check on my hus­band who was still in the car wait­ing for CAA to ar­rive.

We of­fered her money for the time she spent go­ing out of her way to help us but she would only ac­cept our thank yous.

Thank you so much for all of your help, Stacy. You were our guardian an­gel that day. May God bless you.

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