Thank you to all those out there taking this pandemic seriously and doing their part to help out. The other day I saw an elderly woman collapse in a grocery store parking lot. I was shocked to see how many people roll past her with their shopping carts. I'm ashamed to admit, that I myself hesitated to get out my car. But I did and went to her. I asked her if she was Ok. She was clearly disoriented and confused. She said that she had come from GA, She was having a bad week. She didn't know where anything was or where to go. Then she said she had to go. I told her I didn't think she was in any condition to drive. That's when I heard a voice over my shoulder saying " That's OK she's my sister and I'm driving" I thought to myself "REALLY?" Her own sister didn't even try to help her up and acted as if she didn't even know her. I checked to make sure this poor lady wasn't bleeding and carefully helped her up. I walked her to her car and put the groceries in the back seat. Then wished them well. I realize I might have put myself at risk to help a complete stranger. But I know I wouldn't have been able to live with myself if I wouldn't have helped.