Here is a topic of discussion; I use this story just as inspiration. Violence is obviously never the answer when confrontations occur but in essence this story involves an unruly child shopping with their parent. It is something we've all had to deal with in one way or another.
Sherry McArthur, a former Augusta crossing guard doesn't care that she's no longer getting paid to keep kids safe. She says she has a responsibility to the students and their parents and so she's going to continue showing up for work.
Hard to believe our oldest son Dylan is 15 years old today. I remember when my wife (then girlfriend) and I were at the old maternity ward at St. Mary’s in Lewiston up on the 4th floor just like it was yesterday. None of Lynn’s deliveries were easy and Dylan certainly didn’t fit the mold of a textbook birth.
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