I care for my mom who is post polio and we have a caregiver come in the mornings so I can get to work without too much hassle. Just thought I would pass on that there are good people in the world. I know we hear about the bad and wanted to share some goodness. My morning helper fell and broke a bone in her hand and I can take care of my mom in the morning without too much hassle but noon time is bad as I have to leave work for a little bit longer and don't want to ask because they really are good in that they are accommodating for my mom. Anyways my cousin VOLUNTEERED to help me out at lunch what a relief. Today was an important day at the office and what a relief to have some help. Anyways just wanted to share that there are good people in the world too. And an act of kindness does make a difference
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