Thought I would share what I read as food for thought. Neighbors who look out for each other make communities safer and life generally better! You have bad yard art? The pieces are so ugly they're awesome but only to you. The neighbors, on the other hand, may not appreciate it. One ironic yard piece is enough. You never say hello?  You don't have to be best friends with your neighbors or even know their names- though, why not? However, refusing to say hello when you see each other breaks the norm of neighborliness. A friendly hello now and again is great for community relations. Let's ask ourselves: What kind of neighbor am I? To all the neighbors who wave to me as they drive by, accept my thanks!

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