Lost children get helping hand
No words can describe my gratefulness to a woman here in Tokoroa, who, when my kids went missing from my driveway, saw them and realised that they were lost. I am thankful that you took the initiative to do right by my babies who needed a guide to find their way home. With so many things going wrong within our community,this proves to me that there are things that are going right. It is people like you that allow me to still be in love with Tokoroa and the people. To the man on his bike who stopped when I asked for help, to him, his kids and wife, thank you for giving your time to help me. I really appreciate what you did. To the man who came out on what seems like his work truck to see if they were found when I needed help, Thank you too. To my sister who drove around as well, kia ora to you too. And lastly to the Tokoroa police, who brought my babies home to me, thank you all so much. So many things could’ve gone wrong for me and my babies that day but because of what I believe is a strong sense of community around us I had my babies home safe and sound within the hour. Michelle Williams and everyone else who helped us, from the bottom of my heart. My whanau and I thank you.