There is no horror like looking up the escalator and seeing your
My mother and I were ending our girls weekend
During the fall all of our bags ended up in a pile at the bottom of the escalator including my purse. My laptop, cellphone, wallet and other personal items spilled out all across the floor. As I was checking mother out for broken bones and to access her injuries, this young man made three trips to return my luggage and gather my purse and it’s contents and bring them to me. He had gold teeth, diamond earrings and his pants were around his knees and he also wore a basketball jersey. I remember that. I share this story because although it was the scariest thing I have ever experienced, I look back and am so grateful for the people who helped us. I am reminded through this accident that our world is full of really good people and they don’t always show up the way we expect or look like we think they will. There were lots of tattoos. What a wonderful reminder that we all don’t have to be the same, and judging a person by their outside appearance is a real shame, and when we do this it says
PS. My mom is fine. She is one amazing woman. I hope I grow up to be just like her one day.
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