I want to do a quick post to thank all those that help me with when I'm on my scooter or crutches. The other day I was in a building on campus and needed the elevator. Scooting down three flights of glass stairs wasn't something I was dressed to do to get to a training/presentation. A kind colleague recognized my plight and suggested a solution- the service elevator. This colleague has been in my shoes, or better said on my scooter. This was a true intentional act of kindness and I wanted to say thank you. All those driving me- and of course I'm not just a pick-up. When someone gives me a ride, they come in, carry my books (or basket) and load my scooter and crutches. They move slowly with me to ensure I don't fall down the stairs or better said- are there to pick me up if I do fall. Joe does this daily, the kids help often and my teammates have all added Susan logistics are a daily component. I'm grateful, humbled and honored.
Life on Newark-Granville Road- some day I'll return the favor. I laugh, cry, and share with you and so many I hold dear and value for their care and time.