I am writing in hopes of tracking down my friend's bright yellow scooter that was stolen from the Tim Hortons on Stevenson on the night of Jan. 7.
This scooter belongs to a lovely woman named Hazel.
I not only wish to have her scooter returned, but I also wish that everyone could have a friend like Hazel.
I work with Hazel five days a week on the morning shift. She always comes into work smiling and her happy mood always rubs off on people. She is the kind of person who wouldn't question giving you the shirt off her back. And she's so darn nice, she would tell you how good you looked in it.
After her shift with me, she rides (or rather used to ride) her yellow scooter down Vedder so she can work a second shift of the day at her other job. I know she must be tired most days, but she never complains.
A single woman in her late 20s, she works two jobs so she can get by. And after another long day of working two jobs, she found that someone stole her only means of transportation.
It saddens me that something this bad could happen to someone this good. I only hope that the scooter will be returned. I'm sure that there is some kindness out there.
Jaymi Cunningham Chilliwack