Thank you. A very kind man fixed a flat tire for me this past week, as I sat at a 7-Eleven in Sandy, waiting for help to arrive. I had three small grandchildren with me, which added to the frustration of a long wait.
Several men came to the store and left, each one reminding me that I had a flat tire, but none of them offered to change it for me.
Because of the kindness of this man who changed my tire, I was able to call roadside assistance and cancel their service, saving another 40 minutes of wait time for help.
Refusing to accept pay for his assistance, he suggested I help someone in need when the opportunity comes. It's nice to know that there are still many "good Samaritans" in this complicated world.
Thank you, Greg, for your help and kindness.
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