I was just about to take a bite of my mozzarella sticks
when my brother called me
to let me know he was out of his appointment early.
Starving little me
I decided it was a good idea to drive
and dip my sticks into the sauce
all the while watching my GPS,
so of course something dumb
was bound to happen,
as it did.
I hit a curb on my way out
and I guess it was bad
because I immediately felt the car weigh down
and give up,
I was almost sure I had popped my tire
so I headed to the nearest entrance to take a look at it.
Low and behold,
yes my tire was very popped.
I don't really know how to change a tire
and I was in a dress
since I hadn't been home after work,
I started taking the things out from my trunk
and decided I'd call my brother
to walk me through it.
I had been there for at least 10 min
trying to figure out what pieces were for what,
with people looking
but no one offering to help.
Right before I got on the phone however,
this nice looking gentleman approached me,
in his mid 20's
and asked if I needed help.
I was so relieved
and he could tell,
he immediately got down on his knees
and placed the jack underneath the car
when he realized I didn't have a wrench
(or whatever it's called)
to get the car up.
He got up fast,
checked in his truck
and realized he'd left it at home.
"I live literally 5 min down the street,
?I'll go get it and come back,
I thanked him
and he was off.
I stood by my car patiently waiting,
another 10 min
(still nobody else offered to help)
and then I see his truck pulling in,
my heart was so happy!
He got down
and immediately got to work on my tire,
he was fast
and at the end
he helped me carry the tire to my trunk
not letting me dirty my hands.
He was so kind
and the fact that he went so out of his way to help me was amazing,
I really appreciate it