Last Wednesday on our way home from the Brigham City Temple, we ran over something causing a flat time. Shortly after stopping and opening the trunk to start to change the tire, a wonderful man stopped stating that we were not dressed to change a tire and he proceeded to take care of it. Actually, the Sunday clothes were not the real reason that the help was needed, but we're over the 80's age. I could have done it but it would have been a challenge for an aging body.
Also to our surprise a woman stopped to offer tools if needed and another gentleman stopped to offer assistance. Then a police car stopped to keep traffic controlled. All in all, it was such a wonderful feeling to have such caring people stop to help. When one of our passengers offered to pay our hero he refused, saying he wanted the good feeling of helping and payment would ruin that.
Thank you kind sir and the others for your help.