Yesterday, while visiting at Nanaimo Regional Hospital, I looked out a fourth floor window to see a large parking lot. It would hold 50 cars or more. An elderly gentleman riding an electric scooter rolled into the parking lot. He carefully parked the scooter and with a broom and a long handled dust bin proceeded to clean up the entire parking lot. Stall by stall, he worked away. He was quite hunched over and moved slowly. But swept up every bit of garbage in that lot.
Perhaps he has adopted the lot and regularly shows up to ensure its tidiness. In any event, it was amazing and delightful to see. He showed a real sense of purpose and a sense of pride.
I am going again today and if he is cleaning another lot I’m going to have a chat with him. What a fine citizen.
3 thoughts on “Touching Senior’s Moment”
Nice Story Murph!!
You’ll be the next Mike McCardell! People watching is never boring.❤️
What a beautiful observation Terry!
I hope you see him again!
Have a great day,
Big hug to you and Susan..