Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Not So Wordless Wednesday


Summer Monsoon Sky.

Quite an eventful morning here in the desert.  Into our third mile this morning, Dee and I discovered a man unconscious under a tree.  When I shook his shoulder he only fluttered his eyes.  The ever prepared Dee called 911 on her cell and a nurse driving by stopped to help.  By the time the paramedics arrived, every car passing had stopped, asking how they could help.

I love my neighborhood.

Goodness is stronger than evil.


Lost Aussie said...

It surely is!

audrey said...

Oh YES, I like that "Goodness is stonger than evil."
What a morning you had and how wonderful that so many people took the time to stop and try to help. There are MANY good people out there in spite of the evil that lurks about.
Looking at your sky, I can almost see those clouds moving, Deb. I wish I could walk with you in the mornings.
Have a wonderful rest of the day!
♥ audrey

Carrie @ Cottage Cozy said...

...oh my...I hope he is ok...Good work ladies!

Ces Adorio said...

Yes! You were his angels! You took that route because you were guided there.

Goodness is stronger than evil.

I am on the frequency of goodness, kindess, love, happiness and virtue and I see familiar faces with me! TSUP!

Ces Adorio said...

I still see your comment from yesterday. You can't see it?

Unknown said...

I believe so.

blessings to you for doing the right thing.

Anne Huskey-Lockard said...

OMGosh....I hope te poor man is okay...what a frightful way to start the day, but what good people to have show up!


Kaerie Faerie said...

Wow, it is great to know people care,
sort of like where I live, the people around here, see everything, feels safe!
Hey, I still listen to all the old rock and Adam Lambert LOL

Just A Girl said...

OH YES!!!! Goodness is stronger and HE HAS PREVAILED!!! darling Deb, how I wish I lived in your neighborhood for had something like that happened in mine the man may have been pick-pocketed. No seriously!!!
He was a lucky man to have you and Dee come along just when you did ;-).
Love much!!!!

yoborobo said...

That must have been scary! Thank goodness you guys were walking that way. There are so many good people in the world - we just don't hear about them. I hope that man will be okay! xo Pam

Dee said...

Good deeds never go unnoticed, what you did was from the heart.

Ces Adorio said...

I once read that serendipity happens in the most unusual of circumstance. This one proves it, especially for the man and as for you, there is something wonderful just doing the right thing. I know that feeling. It's glorious when everyday we can prove that GOODNESS reigns over EVIL!

Silke Powers said...

That is the most wonderful thing to read after hearing so many reports of how nobody stops anymore when someone is in trouble. Your neighborhood sounds like ours! I love it!! TSUP!! Silke

~Babs said...

I don't believe in coincidence, do you?
There for a reason, in place where you were needed.
I'm also hoping that he is okay.

Rhonda Roo said...

thats like a community wide beyond random act of kindness kinda good juju making event!

Yay for family-neighborhoods! We saw that alot during the year of the 'canes, it was incredible.

Sending good thoughts and prayers on the wings of dragonflies~

Jan said...

The good spirits will prevail! You are one of them.

Silke Powers said...

Happy Friday to you, too, gorgeous!! I hope you are having a most wonderful, magical day! Guess what?!? I got my sewing machine out ... yikes!! It's been years! Love, Silke

Unknown said...

oh I just got wonderful to be surrounded by so many helpful people!!! you are an angel sweet Deborah!!!

I truly believe in the goodness around us too!!!

Hugs and thank you for your sweetness...your comments always make me smile!!