Quickly, Feb. 3
February 2, 2013 11:30PM
Updated: March 4, 2013 6:22AM
May you always have love to share, health to spare and friends to care.
People need to realize how easy it is to be kind. Give a random gift for no reason. Not a birthday gift, just a small gift to someone not expecting it — maybe even a stranger. You will feel great.
I was at Walmart and I lost my car. I was very blessed to have two ladies help me.
Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow, and I’m almost 60. That’s why I love living in Indiana. I love all the seasons.
You know your friends know you well when they say, “Hey, I saw you in Quickly today!” I can count on at least one Facebook comment and one phone call over this post.
I feel sorry for the younger generation. Their courtship depends on texts. They will have nothing tangible to look back on in their old age.
Excuse me, climbing three flights of stairs should not be considered a hardship. It’s called exercise, and everyone needs it, even people who are 50 years old. I know people in their 70s and 80s who would run circles around you.
You are wrong; if you receive a gift, you should send a thank-you card, or don’t expect another gift. That’s my policy.
We need to expand this
Safe Place program so kids
in crisis always will have a place to go.
Anyone who punishes
their parents by not allowing them visitation with their grandchildren is hurting their children more. In the long run, your children will hold this against you.