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LETTER: Blessings to all for Christmas

"Blessings to all for a Christmas, however it may be, and may 2021 bring all matters to be of an improvement to this present state."
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As human beings we each have wants, desires and need to be appreciated, acknowledged, respected and given praise. Our world and people of today are not in good ways, sadness and grimness all around.

I would like to write an article that would uplift and give compliment to all. I begin by acknowledging and thanking each: the government officials, hospital doctors, nurses, technicians, EMS drivers, fire department (firemen), police officers, janitorial and cleaning services at the hospital – the kitchen staff as well. All businesses, grocery stores, restaurant owners, truckers (transport drivers), bus and railways services, farmers, teachers, hairstylists, barbers and to all homeowners that live in St. Albert, Alberta.

Plus, I especially wish to comment of all those who have passed tests and have an operators drivers license, who are very responsible and take due care to observe, respect and obey all the rules, laws of the roadways. I walk with a walker and I have noticed that St. Albert drivers are very observant to pedestrians such as me. They will stop and let me cross residential streets, main streets. Therefore, a 'Thank You' to all those drivers is what I wish to extend to them, and praise your driving. This is very important to make note. As human beings I say that sometimes we each will make mistakes – by losing patience, by not being cautious, or not noting the speed limits in certain areas. To these drivers, you must practice better driving skills and remember there are many others around on the roadways. You are important just like all others. So, I thank you all in advance for making changes to the way you drive. We must help each other in all good ways – we do not need anymore money being spent on controls of roadways.

Blessings to all for a Christmas, however it may be, and may 2021 bring all matters to be of an improvement to this present state.

Thank you all,

Mary Cienkowski, St. Albert