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I look around me now at the kids that I know, both in my family and in my neighborhood, and I am reminded of the line in the Gladys Knight version of Try To Remember/The Way We Were where she says, “as bad as we think they are, these will be the good old days for our children.” The kids of today don’t have the same kinds of experiences that we had when we were kids. Those times taught us to share… taught us to respect each other… taught us to look out for each other… taught us to love and value each other. What experiences of today’s kids are going to teach them those things? How are they going to learn what is
people… Send the kids outside and teach them
important in the world? Does the thought of
how to play tag or throw snowballs. Hell, go
living in a world where the next generations
out there and play with them. Might be a good
that will be in control will be people that have
way to burn off a few of those Thanksgiving
never played tag or helped a new kid in town
and Christmas dinner pounds you might have
to feel welcomed scare any of you at all? Please
gained. I know it wouldn’t hurt me any!
Happy New Year 2016 everyone! Send comments or suggestions to HelenahandbasketKY@gmail.com
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