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  1. In the house beside the Medical Arts building by the hospital.
  2. OH my! Those projects are amazing. Thanks for sharing!
  3. Happy Birthday! I hope you have a wonderful day!
  4. I agree. I don't mind dandelions at all but they are specifically named in that ordinance. What were they thinking? I sure would t want to be in charge of the " dandelion police" !
  5. I read the East Bethlehem ordinances. I would be in violation! I have dandelions in my yard. Also, I have an antique oak farmhouse table with mismatched antique chairs on my large covered porch on the back of my house. We use it daily in the summer. It looks great and much nicer than the warped, splintered picnic table that it replaced! I am afraid that I would fight it if they ever ticketed me.
  6. I Hope this doesn't cause the same uproar as the circumcised Hershey Kisses!
  7. This thread has gone down the Trojan Rabbit hole!
  8. I saw a post on Facebook that she and her husband were both firefighters. It said she died of a blood clot from a broken leg. Prayers for her family and friends.
  9. I agree, with one caveat. GoDubois is ASSUMING the parent and child were causing problems. It could be ,since we do only have one side of the story, but it is still an assumption. I stand by my opinion that no matter the circumstances, the teacher's comment was inappropriate. I am a retired teacher. I have had occasions to be frustrated with a parent or child. I would never have found that comment appropriate. What did she hope to accomplish by demeaning a child? If the proper channels for that complaint were ignored, ( guidance counselor, principal ) then Lyndsey and Jaman are correct. Was Dad looking for a solution or sympathy and attention?
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