I went to Subway today to pick up lunch for Debby and I. On my way back, I had my hands full and a kind gentleman commented on my lack of a free hand and offered to lend me a hand getting into the postpartum wing by using his access card and holding the door for me. I thanked him and asked if he know if there was an outdoor seating area in the hospital where Debby and I could have lunch so that she could get some fresh air. He said he’d walk me to the nurse’s station and find out. I asked him what he did at the hospital. He responded that he was the CEO of the hospital, William Piche! I told him that we were very happy with the facilities and staff that helped deliver our beautiful son. I was also impressed that he was going out of his way to help out so much. I also asked him about the recycling program at the hospital, having noticed that there were no recycling bins anywhere to be seen, even though there is a ton of plastic and paper that gets discarded. He noted that being from Oregon and living in Saratoga, he is a big advocate of the environment and is embarassed that they have not been able to contract a recycling company to manage recycling at the hospital. However, it was on the top of the list of things to get done. Hopefully, it happens sooner than later. Anyway, it was very nice meeting Mr. Piche and I thank him for his kindness. He is indeed a Good Samaritan!