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  • Writer's pictureTerry Groves


As I walk my grandson to school some things never cease to amaze me. Many drivers have no idea that there are other people on the road, in school zones or in cross walks.

It is disquieting to watch car after car drive past as we wait to cross at a cross walk. Like it or not, kids are of the opinion that cars will stop for them and all-too-often we are reminded how immature that attitude is. But then, how immature is it to be reckless behind the wheel.

I wonder what the big hurry is that drivers are willing to risk the consequences of a collision rather than take a few extra minutes to get to wherever they are heading. I invite you to move that quickly as you step off the planet.

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