I was driving home from the Twins' Tae Kwon Do practice, when I notice an elderly lady walking with a cane on the opposite side of the road from me heading my same direction. I passed her, but for some reason, my gut told me, I needed to turn back around and check on her. I pulled up to her, now facing her, put the car in park and got out. I said, "Could you use a ride somewhere Hun" she looked dazed. Now, I knew it was the right thing to do. I gingerly put out my hand, and said, "I'm Shellie, you look a little lost, can I give you a ride home?" Her face lit up some, and she said, "YES!" I helped her into my car, she was very weak. We drove around for awhile trying to find her home. We headed in the direction she was walking. Unexpectedly, her cell phone rang, it was her husband looking for her. She had recently had a stroke and would walk for rehabilitation. He had been looking for her for 3 hours. He told me to turn back around in the other direction and he met us half-way. She was 6-miles from her home. He was so relieved, he had tears in his eyes! My new little buddy, Suzanne, gave me the biggest longest hug, right before she got in her husband's car! Moral of the story, and lesson learned by the Twins, "Go with your Gut!"