I just had a memorable ride. I drove to a house for a pickup in the suburbs. Once there, I saw the garage door open, and there was a lady at the back of the garage by the door in a wheelchair. She called out that she needed help so I went to her and pushed her down the driveway to my car. I opened the door and she told me she had cerebral palsy and would need help. I gave her my hand but she said she really could not move her body well. So she said she would need to put her arms around my neck and that I would have to carry her. I was fine with this but since she was around the same body weight as mine, it took some time. The only issue I had was that as I positioned her in my back seat, she sort of fell sideways and slightly hit her head on the opposite door (not hard) before I could put her seat belt on. I put the wheelchair in as best I could... I drove her to church which was four blocks away. I wheeled her into the church and sat her down and positioned her carefully as Mass was starting. She had no complaints and was happy but I was afraid she could have been injured while I was placing her into my car. Has anyone been in a similar situation?