7 thoughts on “Big question 22.4.16”

  1. A couple of years ago a guy harassed a woman. I dialed 000 (our 911) and screamed at him that I’m talking to the police. He ran off and as it turned out it was a domestic violent case. This is a very short version of what happened that day. It was scary.

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  2. Many years ago there was a huge accident on a main road involving many motorcyclists. Several were laying on the side of the road. I pulled over and I stayed with 2 of the most injured until EMS arrived. Thank heavens the worst injury was a broken leg. It could have been much worse.

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  3. Today a neighbor confessed her paralyzing fear of snakes. A true phobia. She was afraid to go home, as there was a snake hanging out in the landscaping hear the door. Another neighbor and I went over there and observed the snake a bit, then sent my son home for a pillowcase. The children and I carried the snake a block away and let it go in an empty field. Our neighbor was much relieved.

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  4. A few years ago I was walking in my city’s shopping district. A guy I was walking by was choking hardcore, and despite being short, I was able to perform the Heimlich manuever. I was super proud, because I had become certified for a filler class to meet my scholarship requirements, and it turned out to be a very useful skill!

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  5. My first time was when I was around 8. My Mom had gone into our bigger bathroom. She the flu. She passed out, hit her head on the bathtub and there was shit everywhere. I calmly called my Dad so he could call an ambulance, I made my Mom comfortable and cleaned up her and the room. She remained passed out my breathing.

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  6. I’d love to say I saved someone from a man-eating tiger or something, but the only thing I can think of off-hand is a couple of months ago when I helped a distressed little kid who’d got stuck on a rock in the middle of a middle-sized stream. He’d jumped from a higher rock to a lower one and couldn’t get back again. He was crying, so I waded in, picked him up, and carried him to a point where he could get back to the bank. It wasn’t particularly brave because the water only came up to about my knees! Still nobody else was doing anything about the poor little guy, so the incident let me feel good about myself for a day or two.

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