I do not have all the details. We are not terribly close but talk some. She was at work and went out to smoke on her break. The guy in the security room saw the attacker before she did and called the police. He grabbed her and held her at gun point.
She walked as slowly and stumbly as she could. She was counting each heart beat as her last. This was about a week ago.
She is fine, with only a small bruise and some terror. She will have to testify to the grand jury soon. My grandson will be with me anyway but she naturally wanted to know all would be well.
She does not want her almost thirteen year old to know. I agree.
Still I would like to do some small supportive thing/ gesture but I am clueless what to do that won't make my grandson wonder what is up.
Any ideas. Thoughts?
Probably the wrong category.
Yeah, I don't think Hallmark makes a card for that! lol :p Glad she's OK. I can't imagine how scared she must've been. That was probably the longest 7 minutes of her life. Don't know how far you want to go with the gesture, but how about a gift card for a massage. After what she's been thru, she could use a day of relaxation at the spa! :)
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