Time for an early morning meeting in Phoenix. Community service organization. I had email directions and my Google map directions. In Phoenix, there's a big difference between streets and avenues, and my directions were slightly off. After about five tries, I stopped at an AM PM to find a phone book so I could get the office number and directions. Gary helped me get the book, and once I had the number, I used my cellphone to call the office. Only problem was that I couldn't hear the person in the office. Not surprising, given my hearing loss. You can hope the hearing aid and the phone are compatible, and that all people and lines are doing their part, but stuff happens. Once again: Gary to the rescue. I handed him the phone, he got the directions, and gave them to me. Duck soup. Thanks, AM PM for having people like Gary on staff. He would have been within his rights not to help, as he was busy, but he took a few moments to give my day a Judy Jump Start. I found the office building within moments of leaving the AM PM parking lot.
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