I wanted to share with all of you something that I thought was so neat today. I was coming back from lunch today at work. My office is across the street from some "down and out" apartments. I parked my car and rolled down the windows to let the air in because I still had 15 minutes left of my lunch hour. All of a sudden I heard someone just singing so loud. I looked all over the parking lot and then across to the apartment complex. There was a large handicapped woman sitting in her wheel chair just singing at the top of her lungs. I did not recognize the song but she sounded so happy and it was just the weirdest thing for me to think that someone would sing so loud that you could hear it across a large parking lot. She sang really well and I thought how happy she sounded even though she was in a wheel chair. When I got out of the car I waved at her across the parking lot and she waved back. For some reason she really touched me today. My boss drove up about the time I was getting out of my car and he heard her too. We both laughed and thought how cool it was that she was just singing to a parking lot. We both agreed we probably wouldn't want to sing next to her in a church choir! LOL!
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