A Smile Through a Tear: Stories
You saved my life. I curiously watched as he walked the cake across the street to another homeless man. The other man started laughing and then the two men hugged. He was so careful with her, assisting her every step of the way. The woman had the biggest smile on her face.
It turns out he was the firefighter who pulled my mom and me out of our burning apartment when I was a kid. MMT Today, my father had a serious heart attack in the waiting room at the hospital as my wife was giving birth to our first child. My father was waiting to welcome his first grandchild into the world. MMT Today, I witnessed a bad car accident at an intersection. Then the teenager, covered in blood, struggled out of his car, jogged to the burning vehicle and pulled the drunk driver to safety just before the cab of the vehicle burst into flames.
I got a response saying I had the wrong number.
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But then a few minutes later the person called me, told me her prayers are with me and my dad, and then told me a story about how her dad made a full recovery from a heart attack last year. We spoke for a half hour and she made me feel better. People like her who convey unrelenting compassion and goodwill MMT.
He was on his way to the airport to go overseas for a year. MMT Today, a 9-year-old patient of mine will be undergoing her 14th surgery in the past 2 years to combat a rare form of cancer. She still laughs and plays with her friends and family. She has intelligent goals for the future. My daughter was still trapped inside. Instead he ran around to another apartment unit that borders the other side of our unit, went out onto the balcony, jumped over to our balcony, smashed through the sliding glass door with an axe, and brought my daughter out alive.
MMT Today, I was one of the paramedics on the scene where a professional skydiving instructor died due to a parachute failure. As you might imagine, the entire experience was a sad one. Because every morning you wake up, someone somewhere else will be desperately fighting for theirs. Get down! He showed up at my house this evening dressed in a tuxedo and took me as his date to his prom.
MMT Today, I watched in horror through the kitchen window as my 2-year-old slipped and fell head first into the pool. But before I could get to her, our Labrador Retriever, Rex, jumped in after her, grabbed her by her shirt collar and pulled her to the shallow steps where she could stand.
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MMT Today I turned Yes I was born on MMT Today, after several kids teased a less fortunate girl who lives in a poorer neighborhood this morning for always wearing the same clothes, seven students in my class went home at lunch time, emptied their drawers and closets and brought this girl 16 pristine and beautiful outfits to wear. I found out about this after I asked her why she changed her clothes after lunch today. MMT Today, I was sitting on the steps of a church waiting for a bus when I saw an old Catholic nun being assisted up the steps by a young man wearing a Muslim turban.
MMT Today, our high school basketball team has a senior player who uses a wheelchair. He lost both of his legs from the knee down in a car crash when he was a sophomore. He was one of the best basketball players on the team at the time, so the coach insisted that he stay on the team to help coach the other players.
MMT Today, I paid my landlord back in full. Take your time, find another job, and pay me back as soon as you can. He walked me to it and then waited next to me for 15 minutes. MMT Today, I was in a taxi on my way to work in Chicago when my blood glucose level suddenly dropped and I passed out.
The taxi driver used all the tricks of his trade to get me to the hospital as quickly as possible. Apparently, he cut through a small park and drove over a median to get me there before it was too late. Suddenly I felt I had a reason to live. And my daughter, who is almost 15 now, has two younger brothers.
I re-read my suicide letter from time to time as a reminder to be thankful — I am thankful I got a second chance. MMT Today, and every day for the last two months since I returned to school with burn scars on my face after being hospitalized for nearly a month for injuries I sustained in a house fire, a red rose was taped to my locker when I got to school in the morning. I have no clue who is getting to school early and leaving me these roses.
MMT Today, as we were eating lunch at a diner my boyfriend leaned over and gave me a kiss on the cheek every few minutes when someone walked by. When I noticed what he was doing, I asked why. Second chances at love MMT. Today, my sister, who has Down Syndrome, followed through with her plan to sing at the school talent show. I was terrified by the thought of how the students in the audience would respond to her.
I just felt like there was a strong chance they would be mean. In fact, she was the only act that received a standing ovation the entire night. Your smile and hospitable service over the years gave me something to look forward to every morning after my wife passed. May the rest of your life be magical. I slammed on the brakes and crawled out of the passenger door. His father just returned home from Afghanistan early and came over to the school to surprise his son.
MMT Today, I am a corporate accountant for a privately held chain of restaurants in the mid west.
Our company employs several hundred people. The economic downturn has had a noticeable effect on the number of customers eating in our restaurants, but not a single employee has been laid off. MMT Today, I was sitting on a park bench eating a sandwich I made myself for lunch when an elderly couple pulled their car up under a nearby oak tree. They rolled down the windows and turned up some jazz music on the radio. Then the man got out of the car, walked around to the passenger side, opened the door for the woman, took her hand and helped her out of her seat, guided her about ten feet away from the car, and they slow danced for the next half hour under the oak tree.
I will pay you back. I got suspicious and I accessed their account on the backend to see what they were doing. When I was a kid he used to hum a short melody to me as I was going to sleep. When I was 18, as he rested in his hospital bed fighting cancer, the roles were reversed and I hummed the melody to him. We were turned on our sides looking at each other when he started humming the melody to me. He said his mom used to hum it to him when he was a kid. MMT Today, after my dad ran out of options to come up with enough money to pay our mortgage he decided to sell his pristine Camaro that he restored and has babied for as long as I can remember.
A wealthy local collector came to look at it this afternoon. I have the rest in my trunk. My brother is 17 years younger than me. I was 18 at the time and he was 1. I took legal guardianship of him and worked two jobs for 16 years to make sure he had every opportunity in the world.
He started his company at 18 just after he graduated high school. It took off like wildfire. MMT Today, a young teenage boy was in line in front of me at Target.
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