|Save a baby from a Volkswagen - add it to my bucket list|
From her home, she saw the rising waters and hail that were swallowing the traffic, and, realizing that rescue crews wouldn't get there in time, she went out in the middle of it all and started saving people. When the news did the story on her the next day, she didn't want any special recognition, didn't want her name published or her face shown. She just wanted people to know that they could do the same. So she gets silver liningness highlight this week.
It's just nice to see stories like that. We need breaks from hearing about face-eating zombies/druggies, shallow political promises, world conflicts, etc.
I also like that she had the presence of mind to strap on that (whiz-bang) flaming bicycle helmet before going out into the hail.
My life was certainly less dramatic this week. Still, it was another busy one. I finished up with one tutor student, but then took on another to fill his slot, thereby swapping out a hockey player for a dirt bike racer. Gotta keep the adrenaline pumping. I'm not taking ANY more students! Really! That said, though, I do like my students and appreciate their business.
So we're settling into summer. Magnum's got our upcoming road trip planned out pretty well. It looks good on paper anyway. We'll see what happens in the "lab".