An angel of a man

 

Recently, while driving, I tapped a car. Although the police report stated that there was no damage to either car, the woman in the other car kept telling me there was damage. I repeatedly told her I could not feel or see any damage.

Thinking they could frighten this old lady — I’m 81 — the man exited the car and said they would call the police, to which I replied, “Call them.” I knew they were setting me up for big money, and that is why I would not give them information without a police report.

I ask God to shower abundant blessings upon the young man driving the black Lexus for standing by to see that I was not taken advantage of. He was my guardian angel.

Rosemary Fisher, Miami

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