As I was out cross-training tonight running a nice 10K, I severely rolled my ankle on a pine cone in the sidewalk and was just screaming out in pain for a couple of minutes. As I lay on the ground for about 10 minutes, a nice young college girl and her mother came out to me and offered a phone, ice, water, and a ride home. Wow. I'm shocked. I'm a rather jaded individual and always assume I'm out on my own. I rarely ask for help - just suck it up and crawl home if I need to. I'm just really surprised that some people actually care about their fellow man. As I didn't want to inconvenience them too much, I declined the ride home and called up my old man to pick me up. So... should I send a thank-you card (I'm not sure of their exact address or last name) or just chalk it up to human kindness and make sure that I do the same in the future to someone less fortunate? Thanks.