March 11 Bless Your Heart
Sunday, March 11, 2018
BYH to the lady and her son who stopped and helped push my car off the road on Memorial Drive. I did not get her name, but I am so grateful for her help. She only asked for prayer for herself and her kids. I am doing just that. I pray she is truly blessed.
Trump has a thing about autocrats. He will fall madly in love with Kim Jong Un.
I am more than willing to step up and do my part on behalf of the Pirate Nation. I don't know much about sports but would be willing to work for half of what the last athletic director was paid. Considering how things have been going, I figure there is nowhere to go but up.
BYH to all of those young people under the age of 21 who will fight with an automatic rifle in their hands defending this country, but when they return can't buy a hunting rifle in some states because we deem them too immature.
Bless Your Heart to the new Butterfield Transit Center. It is only fitting we name a facility which is excessive and costing way too many taxpayer dollars after him for doing the job we are paying him to do.
A $140,000 bonus for utter failure? BYH, ECU; you obviously have no need of a contribution from me. Oyvez mir.
BYH to Eddie Smith and his family for their support of our medical community, and while I am sure they are thrilled to have the new bed tower named for them, let’s not forget Leo Jenkins and all the others who worked tirelessly to bring medical care to eastern North Carolina.
There are thousands of songs out there. Why do we have to hear the same ones over and over? I like Barry White, but the same song every day. Come on.
Bless your heart to the Town of Winterville Water Department for raising the minimum water bill for my little store from $57.23 per month to $105.23 per month due to "storm water runoff.” They told me that the increase was figured on "impervious" areas such as the roof of my building. My entire parking lot is gravel. Are they telling me that water doesn't go through that? I'd argue that with anyone.
BYH, America. Remember when you had an administration that tried to avoid conflict when possible? The current administration talks of enjoying conflict and loves watching the chaos play itself out. Is this what we want on the world stage? Bless my heart for expecting more.
BYH, NCDOT for painting crosswalks on Greenville Boulevard that cover only half of the street. Are you suggesting that pedestrians are only allowed to walk into the middle of the road or are you finally admitting that your poor road designs are simply too dangerous to cross the whole way?
BYH to the man who inspired me to post this sign in my workshop: "Never Start Vast Projects With Half Vast Ideas.”
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