I really do not know to whom this should be reported but it is an important concern.
I recently moved into Hunting Meadows in Strongsville and things were just fine for awhile . My neighbors were nice and I was a happy senior citizen, even a young boy about 10 would wave and say Hi to me.
Well, the snow came and strange things began to happen.My driveway was deep in beautiful white snow and I planned to stay in and keep warm until later when all of a sudden I looked out to see why my little dog was barking.WELL,WHAT DO YOU THINK!That little twirp AND HIS MOTHER, were in my driveway with shovels removing all my beautiful snow.
Well I accepted that thinking they had made some big mistake but it continued to snow and I was blessed again to have my drive covered with even more beautiful snow.
O.K. now I could finally settle in and wait for it to melt.I did not even try to venture out.
Wait, it does not stop there, Oh no!I was busy all day and stayed up late when I heard a noise out side.It was after midnight, 12:10 to be exact,and why was my dog barking?Well, I finally CAUGHT THE CULPRITS IN THE ACT.THERE THEY WERE,TWIRP,MOTHER AND THIS TIME, FATHER ALSO just finishing shoveling all my beautiful snow away.WELL.I found out their names that night.
A person can only stand so much and this week I slowly eased out into my beautiful snow covered drive and went to church, but when I came home all my beautiful snow was gone again and there he was ;smiling and admitting he had even made his friend help him take it away.
Now I am telling you this so you can be on guard. I do not know if these parents are not teaching him properly or if he is just a child gone wrong, but it could be contagious. If he grows up and it spreads to his friends, what will it do to our society.You may see young people with snow shovels in their hands instead of telephones .
The only thing I can figure is they must have seen that big orange sign the city gave me to put in my window and thought it said, "NOW CARE''.
Please let me know to whom I should report these people,or should i just leave this dreadful neighborhood?
[This is not to take away from the many fine young people we have today , but call attention to one special happening in my own experience)
Editor's Note: Yes, Barbara is writing tongue-in-cheek.