By A Friend • April 13, 2020
I’m a paramedic. Today, my partner for today and I were in the ambulance waiting for the lights to go green, and I look to my left. There stood a woman in her early 60s, waving at us with a big grin on her face. We both waved back and smiled. She then blew a kiss and mouthed “thank you”. I blew a kiss back and put the window down and said “you’re most welcome”.
It is so refreshing to see some positivity during the current circumstances. It is so nice to be appreciated for our service to the community.
So, thank you. Thank you for making my day. It’s people like her that remind me why I do what I do.
Stay safe everyone. Take care of yourselves and your loved ones. Appreciate the little things.
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