He thanked me and I thought that was the There are people who didn’t listen to their teacher’s grammar lessons shirt and I will buy this last of it all. A good deed is done, the world is a better place. When I was finished building the engine for my car – he called the cops when I was breaking it in. They had no problem with me running it (loud as it was/is) and left after asking all about it, shaking hands, and telling me how cool they thought what I had going on was. We were in an agricultural district – and – I was trying to be nice and waited until I thought he wouldn’t be there. This should come as no surprise. Now, they (for that, read Meghan) must be hustling for work, concerned about their future. Apparently, they are bothered by drones; their presence is upsetting the neighbors; rumors that Tyler wants them out – but they’ve nowhere else to go; huge costs for security, and no money coming in at all. Since she was not hurt and the VW was just stuck in the mud; so, I offered to run her to class since the college was on my way to work. This was before cell phones so, I promised her I’d call her father for her and let him know where to get her car too. The dog-blanket kept in my car worked great to stop her shoes from muddying the passenger floorboard. She jumped in and we arrived on time for her to take her final exams. She thanked me and said that if she didn’t take this make-up test today, she’d lose years of work. She told me she had missed the first test because her mom had passed away. She left me her dad’s phone number. When I arrived at work, I called and told him what happened and where her VW Bug was stuck in the mud. About a year later, one of my foster kids decided to dump fish tank gravel into the kitchen sink garbage disposal and turn it on. I called “Royal Flush Plumbing” randomly from the telephone book and they came out to give me an estimate to fix it all. An older, chubby, gentleman, slightly out of breath, showed up and climbed up under my sink to investigate the damages. I’m ashamed to say, but I cannot remember his real name; so, we’ll just call him John. As John started to get up, he looked as if he was going to faint and seemed a bit too wobbly. I asked him if I should call an Ambulance and he said no, no, he was diabetic and had skipped breakfast. I offered him juice and asked if I could fix him some eggs. He took the juice, declined the eggs and asked to use my telephone.