Only if It's Permanent

I experienced a first today.

As I trudged through the grocery store parking lot, a man asked if I needed a hand. Most people tell me I've got my hands full.

Apparently, pushing a stroller, pulling a cart, and keeping track of a preschooler and a toddler, who were both walking, looked like a bit much.

I politely said something like no thanks and I'm used to it.

But what I thought was, "yes, I'll take an extra hand, but I need it to be a permanent fixture. Preferably on my right side. That would be most helpful, thanks."

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