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From: EvelynJ (
Subject:         My day...
Date: August 25, 2006 at 7:55 pm PST

Our kiddos attend private Christian school they started wednesday. Dh and I do not normally work on fridays so yeah we get a quiet relaxing day together. We sure need it! Well, we go to town and 2nd stop we were at the Salvation Army thrift store browsing. Dh is shopping on the other side of the store and looks out the window and sees a young man laying in the middle of the street with his bicycle beside him. Dh leaves the store to see if the young man is ok. The young man gets himself up and is doubled over and dh gets his bike out of the street and helps the young man into the store where he immediately lays down on the floor. You know how the handlebars can cut through the handle grips and the handlebars can get rough and sharp as the bike is layed down on the concrete (noone uses kickstands anymore). Well the chain on his bike broke and those sharp handlebars basically stabbed this young man badly so that his intestines are exposed. We were both shaken by this. The young man asked my dh to remove the "weed" from his pocket. of course dh refused his request to remove the "weed" Pray for Richard he is 20 years old. Pray for his physical and spiritual health. Thanks and oh yeah...please check your children's bike's handles!

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