"Let the trees bathe your breath
Let the meadows embrace you
Let the mountains and the bees remind you
Let the sky flood in and allow the clouds to guide you."
Doesn’t matter whether you are from Lancaster,Columbus,Hilliard or Podunk…JUST SLOW DOWN……………………………………………………
I agree.... Everyone speeds --no matter where they are... My husband gets so upset with the Tennessee Highway Patrol for not monitoring the interstates... By going the speed limit, sometimes it feels as if we are going to get run over....We are a 'hurry up' society.... Too bad about that child..Betsy
Update: COLUMBUS, Ohio — The intersection of Cleveland Avenue and Weber Road on the city's northeast side is closed on Tuesday, as police investigate a crash. A pickup struck a 14-year-old boy near the intersection shortly after 3:30 p.m.
Your cartoon about the cough syrup, my mum's dad used to do the same. When he had the cold or was it flu, he tripled the dosage and slept for a few days. When he woke up, the flu's gone.My dad said,: "You silly man, one day, you won't wake up."
Motorists should drive cautiously at all times, not just when school opens. I'm sorry to read that a child was killed in a traffic accident and of the second traffic accident. I hope that the 14-year-old boy is OK.
Too many drivers speed. An 80 year old female had her licence suspended - she was driving 160kph on hte freeway and our odlest "hoon" driver was 90 - he was caught driving at 83kph in a 60 zone in February this year.
Right on Joe. We just crossed the Geo Washington Bridge, past NYC -- arriving in Mystic Connecticut -- skipping the big city thank goodness. We are still in shell shock) I hate all that traffic.But you're right that kind of accident can happen anywhere. big city or small and it is always heartbreaking.Be careful out there!
Teen Struck By Vehicle, Livingston Avenue ClosedThursday, September 16, 2010 7:55 AM COLUMBUS,OHIO
no excuse for it
Tuesday, September 21, 2010 8:08 AM Once again:Person Struck By Car, Cleveland Avenue Shut Down..Critical condition
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