Thank you to everyone who helped me after I fell

It’s great to know there are still people who care for strangers.

I would like to take time to thank those who helped me when I fell and injured my head at the Bonney Lake Target on Jan. 19.

To the two gentlemen who called my granddaughter and 911 and stayed with me, you were a great comfort.

To Libby, the manager, thank you.

To the lady who bought a Minnie Mouse doll for my great-granddaughter who was so frightened, you were so kind.

To the Bonney Lake first responders, thank you.

The world is still filled with great people.

Alice Markie

Bonney Lake

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