Be a good neighbor

Yes, there has been a lot of snow this year; and winter isn’t over yet, so we can expect more. I am fortunate enough to have a couple of good neighbors. They are two young men, one lives across the street and the other next door. I haven’t had to shovel any snow this year. As a matter of fact, it’s been several years since I’ve shoveled any snow. They always take care of it for me and they refuse to accept any payment.

I want to encourage young people who have senior citizens as neighbors to give them a hand during this winter weather. Actually, it doesn’t necessarily have to be a neighbor, but any senior you know. Doctors will tell you elderly people should not be outside shoveling snow.

So I just want to express my appreciation and say “thank you” to Jerri and Mark, my good neighbors. I hope more young people would follow their example and give their neighbor and other senior citizens a hand.


Frank SanGregory,