Aug 8, 2014 - Dorothy York, RivertonEditor:
I know there are many, many good people who live in Riverton, and we found our guardian angels on July 14.
My friend Carmen Majdic and I were shopping for Hospice that day. We paid for the groceries, and when we got to my car found out I didn't have my keys. I didn't know if they were in the car or if I had lost them in the store. We had frozen food, produce, etc., that needed to get to the home right away.
While I was waiting by the door with the groceries, Carmen went to check at customer service to see if anyone had found my keys in the Walmart store and turned them in. A very nice, concerned young lady and her two adorable little girls came by and asked if she could help me. When I told her my sad tale of woe, she offered to take us to Hopsice. She and the girls helped push the carts out to her car, helped load them in her car, drove us to the Hospice home, unloaded the groceries, and took us home.
We can't thank her enough for her kindness and help and we thought this would be a good way to thank her again.
Who said there aren't guardian angels waiting to help?
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