The other day I was at Big Lot with my friend doing some shopping. We happened to be walking through where the furniture is located when we noticed this little boy coming from the back of the store saying something and pointing to his nose. When he got closer to us it became apparent that he had a pretty bad nosebleed and it was troubling him a great deal. We also became aware that this young man had some physical and developmental disabilities. Now my friend Liza is the kind of person that kids, adults, animals or just about anyone goes to or gravitates towards when they are hurt or troubled or need some sort of help with something. So quite naturally this little boy walked directly up to her to show her that his nose was bleeding and needed some help. Without thinking about anything or asking any questions she sat him down on a couch that was nearby, instructed him to put his head back while she got out Kleenex and held it on his nose. She talked to him quietly and got him to calm down pretty quickly. The Manager of the store happened to walk by at this point and I asked him if he could make a page in the store to find out who this boy was there with. The manager asked his name but he couldn’t get it out to us, but he was able to say he was with his Mom. The manager described what he was wearing and asked that whomever he was with please come to that area. All the while my friend stayed with him, comforting him until his Mom showed up. His Mom then took over and thanked my friend for what she had done. Even after his Mom showed up Liza went to the bathroom to get some wet paper towel so she could clean off this little boy’s face. After this was over the Manager told Liza that he thought she was the little boy’s Mom at first the way she just sprung right into action. He also thanked her very much and told her that God must have placed her there at just that time to help that little boy. I saw God that day in Liza as I have seen him in her many times before.
Fran D–Detroit, MI
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