Albuquerque, New Mexico 2021-09-20 05:24:46 –
She said she still can’t believe the time someone made it so vulgar.
“My first reaction was that it was a joke. You know, I just looked like” Is this one of my friends or something? “, Costco said. Said Melissa Holder, a shopper at.
It was a normal afternoon to carry out Holder’s errands until Holder found a note in his car at Costco’s parking lot off Coors.
“I’m really sad because I felt there was no reason. There is no reason at all,” she said.
She parked in a disabled space and exhibited a placard.
“Do you dare to judge what I look like when someone doesn’t know me? They know what disability I have, whether I have a disability, or anything about it. No, “Holder said.
She has been suffering from psoriatic arthritis since she was a teenager, causing joint pain and swelling.
“Sometimes I use a wand, and I rarely use a wheelchair. I think some people need a wand more than they do, but sometimes they need help,” said Holder.
She also has one knee replaced and has chronic back problems. She has been parked in a disabled space for about 10 years.
“I think it’s possible to judge by someone’s weight, but I don’t think there are many obstacles. I’m not aware of it,” she said.
She chose to talk about it because she believes the hatred in the community is far more widespread than Costco’s parking lot.
“When you look at social media and put something out there, there’s always someone trying to attack it. No matter what you say,” Holder said.
Holder said he believes that if some people change the way, the community will be a much better place.
“I just want people to start being kind. You know that instead of going out and doing something meaningful, you go out and do good for someone.”
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