‘The municipality can save so much more if they really do their job properly.’
They say cleanliness is next to godliness, so let us set the example – there is enough garbage in the world so let us not add to it!
We become blasé to the lurking dangers afforded by us being too slack to be aware of our surroundings and too often let our guards down.
In this town alone you just have to go through some of the social media groups to see those with dishonorable intentions try to scam kind hearted people with sob stories about their lives.
It takes sadness to know what happiness is, noise to appreciate silence and absence to value presence. Life as we know it can change in a blink of an eye.
“… If someone has done you wrong, better you forgive and move on with life, then hold onto anger and poison your own being.”
“In the last week alone, I’ve seen so many drivers simply disobeying the basic rules of the road… It seems that nobody is stopping at the stop signs.”
A favourite adage from a while back stated that in a pristine area one was to leave nothing but one’s footprints.
Teachers tend to focus more on the disruptive boys than the inattentive girls.
We often don’t think about the chain of events when we post photos of our children to our social media platforms.
Then of course we will be wary of deluges as the rising waters could complicate life, but now we must sit back, open a frosty and enjoy this summertime.