Today, I took part in something that I don't think Ill ever forget for the rest of my life. An elderly woman came in to target today to buy a few things. She could not walk of her own accord, so i brought her the little electric scooter, and told her if she needed anything, tell an employee and Ill help her out. I get a call later, and it turns out the scooter died. So, not having any other available scooters, I brought her a wheelchair and told her Id be more than happy to push her around the store and carry the basket for her things. She told me I needn't bother, but I insisted and had her sit in the chair. As I was taking her around the store, she started telling me that her son normally pushed her around when she went to the store, but he wasn't around. I asked what happened She told me that he had been killed serving in Afghanistan. I spent the rest of my moments, helping her out with everything she needed, while she told me all the amazing things her son had done during his service, and how much she missed him dearly. As she was checking out, she had a smile on her face. She told me I was a very kind person for listening to her and helping her out. Her stories and life touched me in a very meaningful way. I am proud of every man and woman who performs their duties to America. And I am proud to say I could help the mother of this soldier who cannot roam this earth any longer. So what about y'all? Do you have any of those moments that you'll always remember?