Hoisting a beer of thanks for David
I’M sending this message of thanks to by the side of the highway trying to I would like to give David my David Bryce (I hope I spelled his last change the flat, the truck slipping heartfelt thanks for giving me a hand name right). backwards off the jack. changing my tire and allowing me to
On Aug. 3, I was on my way to our I thought all was lost when I called make it to the wedding, although a tad friends’ weddinglate.around 8:30 p.m., CAA, and they told me they would send travelling north on Highway 59 toout a tow truck in an hour and a half. David, as per your request, I hoisted wards Perimeter Highway. Fearing the truck was going to fall, I a beer for you at the wedding recep
I was driving my wife’s truck and propped it up with the spare and stood tion. I hope this story brings a smile to the right rear passenger tire went by the side of the road, frustrated that your face. flat. I got out in my good clothes and no one would stop to help me. Thank you so much for stopping. I started to jack the car up, while people Along came David Bryce with his wish there were more people like you on the highway just passed by, ignorwife. He asked if he could lend a hand, on the road to help others in need. ing me. which he did, and I was soon on my
There I was, kneeling in the gravel way. ONE morning a friend and I were volunteering for CNIB, selling raffle tickets.
One gentleman bought a few tickets; we had a little chat and he went on his way.
Shortly after, he returned with two large cups of juice and two large muffins, a much appreciated and pleasant surprise.
Thanks again, sir. I’m sure you’re a kind, sensitive medic.
I will do my best to pay it forward.