Nov. 26 Bless Your Heart
Monday, November 26, 2018
Bless the heart of the officers in the downtown on the weekends. Their job is difficult and because they sit around and wait for the bar owners to kick out all the drunks and then try to corral them to their cars without causing any damage. Has anyone thought about the bar owners paying for all these officers?
Senior citizens are not able to drive after dark because the roads and intersections have poor markings and the cement mounds need new yellow paint. With purple and gold the colors of ECU, every curb should be yellow or gold. This helps everybody. There is a stock room full of gold paint to take care of this problem.
Bless your heart to the negative person writing about the increase in crime. Crime in the city is actually down from the last couple years, so clearly you do not know what you are talking about. How about the rate at which the crimes are being solved? Thank you to the officers that continue to protect our streets.
BYH: To President Trump: I feel like you do. Those marching towards our southern borders feel that they have a right to enter our country without permission. They are enemies of our country in doing so. This is a dangerous situation, and must be dealt with a strong, firm force.
BYH, worry is a total waste of imagination.
Bless the heart of our young Mayor Connelly. Everywhere I look he is out throughout the community and you can see his is caring of everyone in the community.
Bless the heart of the negative Bless Your Heart submitters, you have nothing good to say about our city but you use this as a platform to air your grievances. Greenville is a great city that I have lived for the past 25 years and it continues to get better each and every day.
Thank you to the city for cleaning up our streets with the adopt a street campaign. The city is looking cleaner by the day but we must hold those who litter accountable for their actions.
BYH to Glen Webb. While Pitt County will miss you terribly, congratulations on a well-deserved move up to Pinehurst. GPD was lucky to have you, as well as the citizens of your district. A well deserved promotion for sure. We’re all very proud of you!
BYH to Rabbi Harley Katz-Wagman. Although Pitt County's Jewish population is small, he is stepping up in the interfaith community and speaking out for the important values of equality and diversity. We need more religious leaders to do the same.
A no BYH to the person who complains about petty coworker. Really? Isn't she talking about you? It doesn't hurt to be kind. And not cranky.
The most wonderful places to be are in someone’s heart, in someone’s thoughts and in someone’s prayers.
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