Like most rideshare drivers, I don't use rideshare as my primary source of income (other than a brief stint between jobs), but rather as a supplement. It gets me out of the house, earns a (very little) bit of money, introduces me to new people, and helps me explore my city and larger area.
The scream tore through the night. I instantly knew it was Mrs. Perkins from a few houses down. Just last month, she had a bad fall and hit her head. Out front while getting her morning paper, she slipped. I saw her in the morning and got to her side just after Mr. Grayson. I called the ambulance, and they thought I was her daughter or something. She had no family I knew of, so after some deliberation the EMTs decided to get my contact information. A day later, she was back, and they warned me to keep an eye on her. The MRI showed some unusual sights, or something. I didn’t understand the techy side of it, honestly.