Something nice happened while Dad was picking up dinner at Maui Taco's the other night. (He was alone because my balance was too unsteady for me to go in with him.)
Dad was struggling with trying to carry dinner while walking with the crutch these days, when a boy about ten came up to him, and said he'd like to carry the bag for Dad. Then a woman came up as the boy's grandmother, and repeated that they'd like to help by carrying his bag.
Dad thanked them, and accepted their help. They walked with him out to the car. The boy carried our dinners, and put them in the trunk of our car when Dad opened it up.
As they left, the grandmother said "God bless you."
Dad replied in kind.
Dad says where else would that happen besides Hilo? I don’t know, but it happened here, and it lightened a difficult day when it did. J
Anne Elizabeth Baldwin