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Have you ever saved someone's life? Explain how you felt.


 

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Andrew Spacey (chef-de-jour) says

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    Kristi Sharp (krsharp05) 5 years ago

    Thank goodness you were there for the girl. Perhaps that's why you were there in the first place. You undoubtedly saved her life because you could have just as easily walked by without ever even noticing the girl.

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Jack Hazen (BLACKANDGOLDJACK) says

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    Kristi Sharp (krsharp05) 5 years ago

    Wow, you could have easily run him over in the dark of the night. Thank goodness that you were aware of him there and that you realized it was a human body - not a deer.

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    Kristi Sharp (krsharp05) 5 years ago

    I smile at your answer because you make an excellent point. Sometimes you make a mark and you don't even know it. Love your comparison between the ocean and kiddie pool.

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    Kristi Sharp (krsharp05) 5 years ago

    It sounds a lot like a James Bond moment and you should feel proud. It's one of those times that luckily for him, you were in the right place at the right time.

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    Kristi Sharp (krsharp05) 5 years ago

    It must have seemed as though it was happening in slow motion when you look back on it now. Like you said, "a dream". Even though you were scolded, it's a good thing you were there for her.