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Bless your heart to all you mean and hateful people who live to make others miserable. With the coronavirus pandemic, we had better stop being so hateful because after all we are in this together regardless of color or the money you have. Its seems as though the one thing that matters the mo…

A true bless your heart to an angel named “Karla” who found my pocketbook in the Food Lion parking lot last week and called me. She had tried several emergency numbers listed in my billfold before she reached me, and she met me at the customer service department to return it. I can’t imagine…

Bless your heart to our teachers. I must say you all have been doing a tremendous job during the COVID pandemic. You are going the extra mile for our children and you are appreciated. You had a very stressful job before the coronavirus and it’s even more so now. I’m hoping our children will …

Bless my heart, it’s been such a joy to be at home all day for the last several months, it gave us a chance to catch up with all the things I’ve done wrong these last 30 years.

Bless our hearts. Joe has not played golf because he has been too busy doing what Nancy tells him to do and keeping Major from biting anyone else.

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The manufacturers have done a great job scaring my wife over sell-by dates. She just knows that if she eats something past the sell-by date that the Grim Reaper will be calling at the front door by the time she has eaten the last crumb. And with medicine, she is even worse. How did our ances…

Sounds like people are going to be able to stop wearing their masks. I will keep mine on! Not that I am worried about the ‘Rona but because I like living incognito. Most all my friends are false friends so hiding from them is healthy. Just think of me as Batman or the Lone Ranger. I’ll lurk …

BYH to Dr. Rita Soulen, who wrote about the importance of school librarians. Everything she mentioned about their influence on children is absolutely true. But she omitted one vital role: They make their media centers welcoming and the learning fun. I know because before COVID struck, I volu…

BYH, it’s easy to spot a yellow car if you are always thinking about a yellow car. It’s easy to spot opportunity when you are always thinking of opportunity. It’s easy to be mad when you are always thinking of reasons to be mad. You become what you constantly think about. Watch yourself.

BYH developers and home builders in Arbor Hills. Can you at least leave some trees? Our local wildlife have no where to go.

Is it just my imagination or do I get an inordinate amount of brown lettuce when I order takeout? Is my order too-often screwed up when I get home? Bless your hearts, I try to support local restaurants but overall quality control leaves a lot to be desired.

Thanks are in order again for my fellow drivers on W.H. Smith Boulevard who show kindness each day and allow other drivers in to the flow of traffic at 5 p.m. You are a blessing!

BYH to the person complaining about politicians interrupting their soap operas. When I was laid-off of work years ago, I watched the soaps. Ten years later I was home during the day and turned on the soap operas again: same storyline except people were older. Hang in there. Believe me you wo…

BYH to the news media. When people say a poll shows what 75 percent of Americans think, I think they need to let people know how many people were polled. I conducted a poll on the BYH section of The Daily Reflector and 80 percent of Americans said that it is was fun to read, but 20 percent s…