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PTI "If good people do not enter politics then the bad will come because there cannot be a vacuum, many years, In the eyes of the U. she says, What’s the bottom line? they said that the drink cups have 1/4 inch of free space, it’s worth more than gold. 124 in China, looks for new providers and keeps up with regulations as the company refines its supplements and vitamins.D. personify the qualities of good neighbors Forty-plus years ago before my husband and I knew them very well at all they generously offered us their horse trailer to use when we were moving our pianoOver the 40-plus years of our marriage we did many things together as couples Since my husband died they have continued to be "my" friends which does not always happen when one half of a couple is no longer thereI am so grateful for the drop-in visits impromptu calls to share a meal and their listening ears when I need to vent They are good neighbors who continue to share the gift of friendship to a widow on a journey no one wants to take I am blessed as are all the others in our community with whom they are equally kind— Karen Midgarden Grafton NDI am very thankful for my neighbors Steve and Shari Jones They help me through so many things including snowblowing and inviting me to their house for supper since I am recently widowed It does not matter what is going on they will drop everything to help me Steve have frozen more than once blowing out my driveway I am very grateful to have such wonderful neighbors— Phyllis Moen Grand ForksGrand Forks has some lovely gardens but there’s one along Belmont Road that truly stands out The amount of thought planning work and love that clearly goes into it makes it joy to behold It’s a work of artAs I was driving by recently I saw a couple working in one of the front flower beds so I stopped and walked up to say hiMe: "I’ve lived here for 15 years and every time I drive by your house I’m always incredibly impressed Your garden is amazing"Them: "Thank you Would you like to see the backyard garden"And so began a 45-minute tour of one of the most magical spots in our entire city with two lovely kind wonderful people who have spent nearly 40 years creating a beautiful spaceThanks Emily and Forrest you made my day and you reminded me that this community can be a pretty special place— Matthew Leiphon Grand ForksWhen the Grand Forks Herald presented the invitation to share thoughts about a good neighbor the question quickly arose Which one And how does one chooseThrough volunteerism I have met so many "alone" without a regular good neighbor And it has tugged at my heartstrings Will their situation become mine someday all alone isolated no longer getting out and around and being activeTo the forces of nature that have made humans as they are thank youWe have been bombarded with the ugly — earthquakes hurricanes floods andMassacres Gun violence racism bigotry drugs all kinds of hatred and much moreAmid all the terrible atrocities of these days there is sure love sure goodness sure kindness But the love of a neighbor is often what keeps a person afloatI am beholden to one special neighbor for her uplifting support She always has been there during the past 30 yearsSharing a journey through the valley of illness and/or death is full of frustration poignancy exhaustion love kindness and deep joyWithout even a phone call she knew something was amiss and here she was showing up at the hospital to bring me something special she knew I would like and that we have shared annually over the years Her presence alleviated the many days of no one except those who do tests surgery procedures and more of the sameA few years earlier she was with me all the way from EOD to discharge During those many long days she was with me and then out and about and I came home to a home with cleaned carpets and much much moreWe all have had times of anxiety and frustration for sure That is lifeIn November 2016 my husband and I cruised the "Paths of St Paul" He had been told that if he had a great desire to do one more cruise itwas the time as time was against him with his medical condition Maybe three months and this was the end of SeptemberWe flew to Rome and boarded our home-away-from-home We cruised Malta and the coast of Egypt but Americans were leaving there because of unrest The Holy Land also was "iffy" so off to Turkey we went We enjoyed Ephesus then trekked over to Corinth Thessaloniki and Athens on the mainland and many Greek islands His last time off the ship was Rhodes As we sailed along Tunisia and turned north past Malta and along the shore of Sicily he left dinner before dessert and returned to the cabin where he returned to His Father in about 45 minutesI made phone calls back to the United States always having to think of the time changes Father Ackerman was out but he luckily had call-forwarding I told him and tentatively scheduled a timeWhen I finally arrived home a few days later it was out for dinner Then I was free to cry rest and then be ready for receiving family and then guests at the servicesNo one was home when I had called but my good neighbor pulled together all the facts and unbelievably had services planned out and had contacted participantsI was left speechless the amount of effort my good neighbor had put into this most dark time of my lifeI was overwhelmed by this good neighbor At the worst time of life she brought warmth peace of mind and unconditional loveWe have shared so many good and wonderful times together Watching her granddaughter blossoming from a newborn to a talented young woman annual birthday dinners six walleye dinners each spring during Lent fall bazaars and nice surprises at Christmas And during ordinary times wonderful posts on FacebookLouise Hurley inexplicably is a good neighbor and lives the tenant to "love your neighbor as yourself"— Diana Deats-O’Reilly Grand ForksAll of us have times in our lives when we are feeling less than our best During those times I have a couple of "go-to" people and events I use to redirect my thoughtsNeighbors Jim and Robin Murphy are one of my "go-to’s"I remind myself "If nothing else good ever happens you are one of the luckiest people in the world because Jim and Robin are your next-door neighbors"Though I can’t speak for everyone in our quaint Riverside neighborhood I am confident they all would agreeWe met Jim and Robin more than 14 years ago when we both moved our houses one to two blocks from the wet side to the dry end of Lewis Boulevard Jim and Robin had lived and raised three boys in their home since the ’80s but we were new to the house and the neighborhoodThough we differed in age and stages of our lives we connected immediately Over these 14 years they have been constant support in our lives They helped us welcome our two children and became their "adopted" grandparents Our once quiet neighborhood is now bustling with kids Jim and Robin are the heart of itIn January 2015 our 7-year-old son was involved in a serious accident My husband son and I ended up in Minneapolis for nearly three months During that time we were able to rest assured that our then 9-year-old daughter was in wonderful hands She lived with the Murphys and they brought her to Minneapolis to visit us frequently They walked our dog took care of our bunny and coordinated whatever else needed to be done in our absence We never can repay them but we do our best to tryJim and Robin are the kindest people I ever have met and I have been shown much kindness in my life They have been with us through thick and thin And I truly believe they are the best neighbors Thank you— Maureen Riley Grand ForksI have a great group of neighbors on my street Some just help watch out for me and my family and some of us share goods We all know all of the kids on our street and it’s really a blessingI have one neighbor though who goes above and beyond to help us out My mom and I and my two teenage boys live in a house by Viking Elementary and our neighbor Grant Grabanski is so great about looking out for us and helping us outHe helps us fix our lawn mowers He mows the lawn when we are out of town and just recently he changed out our faucet on the sinkHe does all of this for us while being an amazing single father to his own two teenagers Joey and Maggie who also are great We are grateful for him and our entire neighborhood— Moriah Heffron Grand ForksMy husband and I recently re-located from Southern California Everyone in the neighborhood has been super-welcoming but our fence mate really made us feel welcome with our two dogsOur dogs are very vocal — they like to "talk" because it’s in their breed For some people it’s very off-putting and maybe a little scary because they are somewhat on the bigger sideEach time our neighbor was in his backyard and the dogs would see him they would go over and bark He would just smile and talk back to them He eventually asked if he could give them dog treats to win them over and we said sure Now they love him They still bark when they see him but now it’s from excitement Sometimes I believe they think they have him trainedWhen he is out of town for any reason they sit and wait for him to come out looking at his back door eagerly awaiting "the big cookies" This little thing the dog treats really has meant a lot to me and my husband It made us feel so welcome when we are so far from our family I’m sure our neighbor doesn’t think much of it but for me it means everything— Amanda Carney Grand ForksMy husband Ben died Nov 29 2015 He was a Vietnam veteran and Marine He died of complications of Agent Orange I am thankful for my neighbor Bernice Vidden She will stop and take me to the bank or wherever I need to go I don’t have familyI’m also thankful to the Ryan Moe family They take care of all my snow removal It’s amazing to look out the window and see two adults and five children removing snow It’s a blessing They’re all smiling It’s just amazingI’m also thankful for the Mary Olson family Mary has been known to bring over many a holiday meal and she takes me galavanting with her to Sam’s Club and Wal-Mart which I love Her son Hunter Olson a former Green Wave hockey player and his buddies will put up a new flag on my tall flag pole whenever I need itAfter my husband died Hunter and one of his hockey buddies came over and put all of my furniture back that had been used for Ben’s hospice care Life is good but it would be better if my Marine were backI’m also thankful for Mary’s daughter Haley Olson a recent UND graduate She has been very helpful doing some copying and computer work for me All of the medical records Ben had that I had to send to the VA was amazing— Cheryl Smith East Grand ForksDebbie and Joe Johnson bring me supper almost every night Yesterday it was bowl of vegetable soup The night before it was meatloaf baked potatoes and buttered corn That’s just the past two nights I bet it’s been a year they’ve done itShe has three foster boys and so she wants to cook a meal for them every night and she shares it I’m the most spoiled person there ever was because cooking for yourself isn’t much funAnd then my next-door neighbor Butch Fraizer takes care of my snow I bet there are a lot of people who have widows or bachelors like me living next door and they have never thought to share their mealsIt makes my life so much easier and I eat better when the doorbell rings and here’s my supper It really is fantastic I’m not quite 92 years old and I don’t know that I could stay here if it weren’t for all my wonderful neighbors— Evelyn Hensrud Grand ForksWe have lived next to neighbors Bruce and Eunice Bohlman since 1978 and we could not ask for better people to call friends with the benefit of being neighborsAs we age it is more difficult to shovel snow (we are too frugal to buy a snowblower you see) and Bruce always blows out the snow to help us clean up the sidewalk and driveway We never have asked He just automatically takes care of us — light snow or big blizzard The snow is removed before we start the day Life is easy because of himThe Bohlmans are the kind of people who have been successful in career and life and as we age we now see their bright helping hearts glow even brighter They always greet us with smiles and warmth This is a short story but long history (40 years) of friendship and blessings— Allan and Ardella Hefta Grand ForksAs a widow I am thankful for my wonderful neighbors and friends who are at my home to chop my leaves blow my snow sweep my approach bring me homemade goodies check out my TV when it’s not working right give me a ride when I need it and give me advice when I need it That is Larimore nice They are super-duper neighbors— Elizabeth Kyllo Larimore NDMexico helicopter crash kills 13 on ground in wake of earthquake | Reuters World Reuters Feb 17 2018 22:00:24 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Updated Date: Feb 17 2018 22:00 PM Tags : Reuters Also See Most anti-bullying public service announcements have a somber tone the whole “you shouldn’t really want to be mean” kind of thing Not this new spot This ad made by Del Campo Saatchi & Saatchi for VH1 goes full-on Harry Brown The spot re-dubs Gloria Gaynor’s “I Will Survive” with threatening lyrics about how exactly the bullied will revisit the sins of the bullies in adulthoodmainly by making their working lives endlessly miserable Let’s hope they’re right Contact us at [email protected]

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