Sept. 7 Bless Your Heart
Friday, September 7, 2018
BYH to the staff of the children’s hospital for wonderful care of my grandson.
BYH to the company that is permitted to place ugly junk bikes painted orange wherever they wish as a form of advertising. Existing business can't place ugly signs wherever they wish so why can these orange painted bikes be left cluttering up public spaces? It is a turn off for me ever supporting this orange business!
BYH to the repaving of Greenville Boulevard that destroyed our beautiful road artwork in front of the convention center. I'm still waiting for the paving company to come back and repaint it.
BYH Domino's, on your offer to repair any potholes that may upset your delicious pizzas. A magnanimous gesture to be sure, but heaven help you if the city of New Orleans ever takes you up on it. Do I smell bankruptcy in the air?
BYH, if you are reading this, I beseech you to go by the Board of Elections and make sure that your voter registration is up to date, especially if you recently got married. Don't let an avoidable mistake nullify your vote.
BYH to Judge Blount. Keep up the great work of keeping cellphones out of court. Quite a few of your visitors have no clue about phone manners.
My darling wife and I are coming up on 40 years of marriage. I asked her what gift she wanted most and she replied that she wanted me to sign a "Do Not Resuscitate" form. Not exactly what I had in mind, but it is inexpensive.
A friend of mine lost some money he had saved up to buy the drink Boost for his health. He has cancer, so if you rode the city cab on Thursday and found some money, please do the right thing and turn it in. God saw you pick it up. My friend needs this money.
BYH: if you cannot see this presidential administration for the dumpster fire that it is, you're not paying attention.
Bless the hearts of the liberal Dems and fake news media. I wish they had been as concerned with Obama's former felon affiliates as they are Trump's.
Bless your heart, Pitt County drivers. My next vehicle will be an armored tank to protect me from those not using turn signals and those switching lanes when it's unsafe to do so. That's the only thing that will keep me alive on these roads!
Bless your heart to those advocating the removal of our own Silent Sam statue from the courthouse because they feel it honors slavery, treason, oppression, etc. I agree that it does and that is why it should stay at our courthouse to remind everyone of our past.
My momma told me never to trust a man who did not eat collards. So it follows that you can find a trustworthy man at the Ayden Collard Festival. And that is another good reason to go! Momma was rarely wrong.
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