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Much Obliged: Two angels in the parking lot

Not one but two angels were in the parking lot at Super One recently. I cannot walk without my walker unless I use a grocery cart at the store. I tripped somehow and fell flat on my face. Two "angels" came to my rescue, picking me up, loading my ...

Not one but two angels were in the parking lot at Super One recently.

I cannot walk without my walker unless I use a grocery cart at the store. I tripped somehow and fell flat on my face.

Two "angels" came to my rescue, picking me up, loading my groceries into my car. They didn't leave until I reassured them I had not hit my head and felt I could drive the short distance home.

Thank you doesn't seem adequate. I'm so grateful to the two angels in the parking lot.

Katy Badgerow

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