Tonight Jim wanted to go for a ride. Brenden suggested Lincoln Beach at Utah Lake so we took a few detours to get there. Brenden saw some goats. He always says, "Grandma! We need a dog! Grandma, we need a cat. Grandma! We need some goats." I always laugh and say, "When you graduate and move away we'd get stuck with the animals so.... no." He needs to work with a veterinarian. He loves animals!
We made it as far as the park in Elk Ridge. We had to stop again. I took Ammon out of the car and left Jim and Brenden there. I'm not sure why I left Brenden there. Ammon was in his manual wheelchair. I was supposed to go home, get some more water and take it back to the guys. I thought I was going to die about half-way home. Luckily, another good Samaritan came to my aid. A young man who just graduated from high school that knew Ammon asked if I needed help and pushed Ammon the rest of the way home. I am so beyond being proud! I welcome any and all help!
I hope I would be willing to stop and help someone by the wayside. I say I would but sometimes I wonder. I'm just very thankful we got the van home and we were all safe.