“I do have a complaint ... I was not happy about dogs being at the festival. It was hot, and we saw some try to get at small children with food in their hands and barking at other dogs.
“Dogs should not be there. There were too many people, and dogs should have been left at home with water and a cool place to lay.
“Thanks for listening.”
‘Bless her for her goodness’
Loretta Sink of Kokomo sends this Cheer for honest people:
“I recently stopped at the post office on Webster Street to buy stamps in order to mail some cards. I did that, then proceeded on to Kroger to shop for a few groceries.
“When I was ready to check out, I found that my billfold was not in my purse. It is frightening to think that all your identification, money, etc., are missing. Apparently I had left it on the counter in the lobby of the post office.
“I told the clerk that I needed to go back and hoped to find my billfold. As I entered the lobby and looked where I had been, the counter was empty. So I went inside to the postal clerk, who had waited on me in the first place.
“Sure enough, he said a woman found my billfold and turned it in! I praise the Lord for honest people, and I want to thank her — whoever she is — for helping someone she did not know. I pray that God will abundantly bless her for her goodness.”